The Harry Potter series is about to finish as the last installment of movies is the only part left for release. What is it that our hero Harry Potter is going to leave for us? There are a number of questions that start coming to our mind when we seriously think about it. How is the younger generation going to react? Will they just forget Harry Potter like many other fables that they read in their childhood? Or are they going to crave to see their hero again? The answer to these questions cannot be given as of now.
According to J.K. Rowling, the central theme of the series is 'Death'. Is it fine for the young ones to think about the matters related to life and death, at this early age? Or should they just see the magic in the story? Anyway, they will make their own decisions.
As far as I am concerned, I cannot and will not scrap off Harry Potter from my memory as it has been a part of my life for nearly 10 long years. Most of us have grown up reading Harry Potter books and saying out the spells at random. The things that I would like the younger generation to pick from this series are - the friendship that Harry, Ron & Hermione share, also, Ginny, Luna & Neville; the trust that they have over each other.
There is one definite message that Harry Potter gives us, "At the end, our choices make us what we are". There is always a choice between the good and the bad, the right and the wrong....and we can choose to be good..!!
Keep the sunny side up..!!
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