Sometimes, we shouldn’t be a coward. We should hold up our courage and put aside our pride to say those things we wish to, to certain people. It doesn’t take your life away to apologize, it doesn’t kill you just to confess to the one you love. All we need is bravery. As, who knows, before you could even realize, there would’t be a second chance for you to say what you have been bottling up anymore.
“There is not shame in what you are feeling, Harry,” said Dumbledore’s voice. “On the contrary… the fact that you feel pain like this is your greatest strength.”
Harry felt white-hot anger lick his insides, blazing the terrible emptiness, filling him with desire to hurt Dumbledore for his calmness and empty words.
“My greatest strength, is it?” said Harry, his voice shaking as he stared out at the Quidditch stadium, no longer seeing it. “You haven’t got a clue… You don’t know…”
“What don’t I know?” asked Dumbledore calmly.
It was too much. Harry turned around shaking with rage. “I don’t want to talk about how I feel, alright?”
“Harry, suffering like this proves you are still a man! This pain is part of being human—”
“THEN I DON’T WANT TO BE HUMAN!”
We’re bound to run into obstacles in life. We might trip, and we might fall. But don’t let these obstacles put you down, and keep your head from looking up. Because the best things in life comes to those who never allow obstacles to dampen their spirit. The best things in life comes to those who always keep their heads held high. Don’t miss your rainbow because of a tiny rock.