The magic world of Harry Potter has become a real school of life for the whole generation. What can we learn from this series of books by J. K. Rowling? The most pert of the lessons will seem too simple and unoriginal but one should take into account that the target audience of these books consists o children and teenagers.

  • Friendship.

Friendship is not a gift that pops out of the blue. It has to be deserved. The main character managed to get his friend Ron after the fight with a frightening troll. Hermione Granger valued and followed the school rules but to save the lives of her friends she violated them. But that is not the guarantee of friendship. The building of mutual trust and respect is a hard work that should be carried out day by day.

  • Love.

The true love sometimes can’t be seen at the first sight. That is not the means to receive presents and flowers but the life goal. It pushes the human to acts of bravery and purifies the soul. The parents’ love is the most powerful thing in the world. Nothing evil can resist the power of parents who sacrifice themselves to save their child’s life.

  • Fame.

Fame is the thinks that easy comes and easy goes. One may have a lot of fans who seem to do anything for their idol but that is a mere illusion. The people who have nothing but fame end their life in solitude. The life goal that is devoted to fame is not worth living at all.

  • Mistakes.

Everyone makes mistakes from time to time. But if a person analyzes them later he has the chance to correct them or to diminish the negative consequences.

  • Implicit.

The things are not the ones they may seem. Luna Lovegood and Neville Longbottom who were outcasts turned out to be brave and strong while Albus Dumbledore who seemed perfect appeared to be not so good.

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