During Colin Creevey’s funeral many people came to lay flowers by his grave. Harry wasn’t one of those people; instead he brought a photo and placed it gingerly beside the flowers. Even though many years had passed and Colin had grown up into a brave and heroic man Harry still couldn’t help but think of him as the excitable young first year who had wanted a photo of him. The photo that was left at Colin’s grave bore Harry’s signature, scrawled in the corner. It was the only autograph Harry ever gave.

Each sticky note marks the page where a character died.

“It was real, wasn’t it? You and me. Such a long time ago. We were just a couple of kids; but we really loved each other, didn’t we?”

The Notebook

Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen photographed by Timothy White

I think things don’t end the way we see them. Death maybe inevitable but it may never be the end of it all. Even the end of the world may shine a brighter future for the world itself. Change is a constant cycle, not just a mere process of evolving. Every thing has a purpose, and as what science had taught us, their energy is neither created nor destroyed.

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