If you’re interested in participating in the Harry Potter Challenge, read this post here! Each day I will be posting a question for that day for the next 30 days. When I reach day 31, I will release all 30 questions in a single post with links to all of my answers. Follow along each day with your own post or feel free to wait until the entire challenge has been released and take it on whenever you like! Be sure to link back to the master post at the end or link back to each post for each day.
Day 27 – What do you think the moral message is in Harry Potter?
I think the hardest part of this question is which moral message to choose, because there’s truly so many layers to Harry Potter. Each book could truly give it’s own moral message, but I am going to give you an overall moral message that I think reaches across all of the books and also means a lot to me.
This quote alone can apply to just about every characters in the series. Harry overcame so much that could have led him down a dark and lonely path, a path that Tom Riddle took. He kept making the choice to do the right thing, over and over again. He chose to be better that the Dursley family. He chose to grow instead of letting his pain and trauma consume him. This is something I personally work towards daily. It would be easy for me to give up and just say that I can’t do it, that I can’t move on from my past. And while I do have days where it seems like I haven’t, where I feel like I am being consumed by painful memories and the emotions they bring, I still choose to get up and continue to push forward, no matter how small that push might be.
What do you think the moral message is in Harry Potter? Let us know in the comments below OR take on the challenge yourself and link back to this post so I can see your answer!
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