Don’t you think it is Karma that when Lord Voldemort had set out kill little Harry, he wanted to ensure his immortality but what he really did was to set the course of his own destruction? "The old argument," he said softly. "But nothing I have seen in the world has supported your pronouncements that … Continue reading Harry Potter And Karma (Part III)
Note: This article is part of the series ‘Is Harry Potter A Series For Kids?’ Continued from Harry Potter And Karma (Part I) The next instance that comes to my mind is the scene that took place in the graveyard in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire. Lord Voldemort’s rebirth. As we all know, throughout … Continue reading Harry Potter And Karma (Part II)
Note: This article is part of the series ‘Is Harry Potter A Series For Kids?’ Karma (कर्म) is a Sanskrit word which literally means action, work or deed. It also has spiritual meaning. In Hinduism and Buddhism Karma means the sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their … Continue reading Harry Potter And Karma (Part I)
To the uninitiated, what Sirius was referring to was the hard and difficult times which prevailed during the First Wizarding War against Lord Voldemort. He was referring to Bartimus Crouch Sr. and his policies against those accused of being either Death Eaters or being involved with the Dark Lord in any way. What he meant … Continue reading Harry Potter Wednesdays
P.S.: This quote was actually said by Ron Weasley, but he was in fact quoting Professor Dumbledore.