Do you know what it means to be in power?More money. More women. More fame. More recognition. More relevance. More control. Little wonder so many people wish to be in power. Little wonder some wouldn’t mind doing anything- stealing votes, threatening the peace and security of others, spilling innocent blood- all for power.Have you read any of the Harry Potter series? If you haven’t, then I think you really need to. A lot of people see it as a story based of witchcraft and wizardry, which is true. But, I see it as being much more. I see it as being a book about real life. It discusses real issues that are necessary to the growth and maturity of anybody. In this post, I will explain power from the Harry Potter dimension.For those who have not had the opportunity of following the story line, let me give a short summary. It is about a young boy, Harry Potter who leaves a perfectly normal (or rather imperfectly normal) life with his Aunt and her family. He thinks he is normal until one day, he gets a letter informing him that he has been offered admission to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft… Read full this story
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