Best Harry Potter Quotes From The Books

This year marked 24 years since the release of Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone, and the fans are nostalgic as always for the whole Harry potter series. Avid readers celebrated by reflecting on what the books meant to them growing up, watching marathons from all eight films, devouring all the news about the actors who play Harry, Hermione, Ron, buying all new Hogwarts loot and even paying homage to the beloved series by sharing the most popular Harry potter quotes from each book.

Over the past two decades, Harry potter enchanted Muggle readers with tales of not only magic and wonder, but also love and friendship, courage and hope, and the important balance between good and evil. Although JK Rowling has also shared transphobic and hugely controversial views in recent years, with many Potterheads, passages from his books are life-changing. (The Harry potter the cast also reassured fans that it’s still okay to keep the books close to your heart despite Rowling’s opinions.)

Certainly, over time, people’s choices in Potterverse’s favorite quotes may have changed like the wind. On almost every page of the seven book series, you can find a quote worth printing on a poster, wearing on a sweatshirt, or getting a tattoo. According to previous data from Amazon Charts in 2017, there was one character whose quotes proved to be the most popular: Professor Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, the best headmaster to walk the halls of Hogwarts and, apparently, the best wizard. to whom to turn for advice on life. In his at least 115 years on earth, and especially while mentoring Harry as the Chosen One, Dumbledore has distributed his supreme wisdom in the form of perfectly quotable lines. In fact, the talented wizard was so wise that he even gave some great advice from beyond the grave – see Book 7 below.

In honor of over 20 years of invaluable life lessons, here are the best Harry potter quotes from books.

“After all, for a well-organized mind, death is only the next great adventure.”

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– Albus Dumbledore, Harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone

Dumbledore’s notion that death is “the next great adventure” comes as Harry realizes that the inventor of Sorcerer’s Stone, Nicolas Flamel, was going to die. The stone held the key to immortality, but Flamel decided to sacrifice himself as part of a plot concocted with Dumbledore to defeat Lord Voldemort. Life, death and sacrifice for the good of others are major themes in Harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone, and Dumbledore’s deep quotation makes these topics very effective.

“It’s our choices, Harry, that show who we really are, far more than our abilities.

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– Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

It’s no secret that Harry’s trip to the Harry potter the series is marked by a number of choices made by the protagonist. But let Dumbledore explain the meaning of each. For example, when Harry was concerned about sharing similar traits with the sinister Tom Riddle, Dumbledore told him that every decision shows the strength – or lack thereof – of someone’s character more than their abilities. Dumbledore’s stance on choices being more than important than his abilities was his way of assuring Harry that he and the boy who would later become Voldemort were not alike.

“Non-wizards (more commonly known as Muggles) were particularly afraid of magic in medieval times, but they weren’t very good at recognizing it. On the rare occasions they caught a real witch or wizard, the burn had no effect. The witch or wizard would perform a basic freeze-flame spell, then pretend to scream in pain while enjoying a gentle tickling sensation. Indeed, Wendelin the Weird loved being so much. burnt that she allowed herself to be caught no less than forty-seven times in various disguises. ”

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– JK Rowling, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

The term “Muggle” has become a term well used among Potter devotees. Of course, the definition of a Muggle had to be explained in more detail, which Rowling did in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. But just to repeat, if you’re reading this and you’re not the witch or wizard type, chances are you are a Muggle.

“The differences in habit and language are nothing at all if our goals are the same and our hearts are open.”

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– Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

This quote has been listed as one of the TIME “The Most Magical Harry Potter Quotes to Inspire You” from the magazine in 2017. Who could dispute that? Dumbledore’s statement comes after the tragic end of the Triwizard Tournament and the anticipation of a potential future disaster thanks to Lord Voldemort. Dumbledore’s words inspired Harry and his comrades and affirmed that everyone shared goals, hopes and dreams, regardless of perceived differences.

“Young people cannot know what age thinks and feels. But old people are guilty if they forget what it was to be young …”

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– Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

This quote is on the same page as George Bernard Shaw’s famous sentiment “Youth is wasted by young people”. However, Dumbledore, known to have died at the age of 115, takes his thinking even further. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Harry is 15 years old in the book and is concerned about a number of things, including his standing with his friends, being a fifth year student at Hogwarts, and the One-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. With his young mind busy with so much, Dumbledore’s statement on youth makes all the more logical.

“It is the unknown that we exploit when we look at death and darkness, nothing more.”

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– Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

As Lord Voldemort wreaks havoc in multiple worlds, it’s up to Harry, Harry’s friends and Dumbledore to find a way to stop him. However, in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, a major twist is discovered – Voldemort is afraid of death. In the midst of this revelation, Dumbledore tells Harry that most of those afraid of death are afraid of the unknown. A universal trait among Muggles and non-Muggles.

“Don’t pity the dead, Harry. Have pity on the living, and above all on those who live without love.

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– Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Another of Dumbledore’s inspirational quotes comes from the last book in the Potter series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. At the end of his journey, Harry is finally tasked with the ultimate showdown against Voldemort in a race to destroy the Dark Lord’s chances of immortality. Even with the dark forces behind him, Harry remembers that it is those who live without love who have the worst fate in life.

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