Hey Potterheads! Happy Friday!
I made a slightly late start on the Twitter discussion today. Let's just say we had a bit of a time issue and I don't have a working Time Turner yet. We were talking about phobias today. The Harry Potter saga is about courage if you ask me to address the crux in one word. You stand up to your enemies, and you stand up to your friends at times too! And of course, the need for courage arises when there are looming fears and phobias. Phobias and fears limit us. Harry battled fears and phobias in the wizarding world everyday. Ron did it with hilarious drama! Hermoine did it with remarkable poise. Whatever their styles were ... they pushed their limits. Let's check out today's discussion. You can tell by the alarm Label I set on my phone I was so happy it was Friday!
Hearing a disembodied voice could scare even the bravest Gryffindor, so we're curious to know ... pic.twitter.com/3llKmizkdh— WW Book Club (@wwbookclub) August 18, 2017
Screams in his dreams, moving people in photos, a talking hat ... Harry must think voices are a thing too pic.twitter.com/JQkUMdyJ7p— Aßßie (@theabbies) August 18, 2017
In chapter 14, Hagrid is in Azkaban, Dumbledore has gone, and Lucius Malfoy has got his way ... pic.twitter.com/hizD8QfCb6— WW Book Club (@wwbookclub) August 18, 2017
This guy! Ron Weasley! He can give himself a heart attack at the slightest movement of Fang pic.twitter.com/IPz2ezvyMc— Aßßie (@theabbies) August 18, 2017
Harry and Ron were told to 'follow the spiders', but was that dangerous advice? pic.twitter.com/0C0vBCKHNL— WW Book Club (@wwbookclub) August 18, 2017
Hagrid's Hogwarts' rockstar! Dumbledore trusts him with his life. He is a softie at heart, naive, but never purposefully irresponsible pic.twitter.com/TFUFYFF7jP— Aßßie (@theabbies) August 18, 2017