HARRY POTTER: The complete collection
This is about how the eleventh birthday of two boys, with a five and a half decades gap, growing under the same happenstance of being raised without parents, concoct a whole new prevalence of the already existing magical world in their life. About how the drastic variance in conviction, with which these eleven-year-olds embrace this new reality, entwine their fates and make them a villain in the each other’s story.
One of them, insatiably ambitious, inquisitive, logical, a person with meagre emotion and an unquenchable thirst to achieve greatness; spends his life finding a suitable expedient to engrave his name in history. But that expedient he chooses create terror in people’s mind, as it’s labelled as evil in the laws of nature ,and they engrave him as YOU-KNOW-WHO in their minds and he becomes a villain in all of their stories.
The other one, generously brave, kind-hearted and intuitive becomes increasingly inquisitive about himself as every soul in this another-lifetime-reality, that fate spawns in his life, knows his name and the story behind his lightning bolt shaped scar on his forehead that he himself is not aware of. The story that silenced the other ambitious eleven year old boy. Humble by nature, he discredits himself from this greatness, even though his name is forever engraved in people’s hearts even before he could speak or comprehend all of their names. He creates a camaraderie with the people he meet in this magical world, that teaches him the value of friendship and love. He tries to be the saviour that all of them believe him to be, even though he knows that luck must be accredited on a great account for it , and he becomes the HERO in all of their stories except the other eleven year old boy’s, from whom he strives to save the rest.
The diverse conviction that each of them had on their eleventh birthday, that created this drastic impact in their life, can be summarised with the kick-phrases,
“Greatness inspires envy, envy engenders spite and spite spawn lies.”
“I don’t go looking for trouble, trouble usually finds me.”
We celebrate people whom we engrave in our hearts or become “THE LIGHT IN OUR DARK TIMES”, so we celebrate the younger of these two boys, we celebrate HARRY POTTER, The boy who lived!