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Today’s Thought


Hi,there! Today, I want to share with you all a few thoughtful lines I read while reading the Harry Potter books. The story is pure fiction, although the ideas are very renowned. There are many quotable lines throughout the series, however, today, I’d only like to expand one of them.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

To the well organized mind, Death is but, a next, great adventure.

– Albus Dumbledore(Book 1- The Sorcerer’s Stone)

This line is told by Albus Dumbledore to Harry when Harry asks about Nicolas Flamel’s death. Each one of us has a tiny part of fear in ourselves regarding Death. However, I loved the way how Death, a very harsh reality, has been portrayed here as an adventure. It tells us that a well-organized and intelligent mind does not fear Death, however rude it might be. This line tells us to eradicate our fear of death out of our minds and prepare for it, when time comes, as a trip to the wonderful abode of God. This Quote is one of the very intelligible lines given in this series. I really respect J.K. Rowling for her wonderful imagination as well as her thought-provoking language used in the books.

So, I hope you guys liked today’s thought. Let me know in the comments what are your thoughts about this topic and please don’t forget to like my post. Also, if you’d like to find my daily reads, do subscribe to my blog for more updates. That’s all for today. Thank you for reading my post! Stay safe and take care!

-Devangi

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2 thoughts on “Today’s Thought

  1. Nabeeha Shaikh July 16, 2021 — 3:14 am

    Yes, I really like what u had to say about this………….
    My personal believe is that the one who has done well in life doesn’t have to fear death, death should be greeted like an old friend and not an enemy rigth?

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    1. Nabeeha Shaikh July 16, 2021 — 3:14 am

      Right *

      Like

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