Today we discuss Albus Dumbledore.
Albus Dumbledore was never proud or vain; he could find something to value in anyone, however apparently insignificant or wretched, and I believe that his early losses endowed him with great humanity and sympathy. I shall miss his friendship more than I can say, but my loss is as nothing compared to the wizarding world's. That he was the most inspiring and the best loved of all Hogwarts headmasters cannot be in question.
Greatest wizard of his time and one of the wisest man to walk the planet earth(ok wizards live on earth it's not like they live on a whole different planet, or do they? 🙀🙀) Dumbledore had done real good in his life and was one of the most inspiring characters in this series tbh. Always positive and always had a way for everything. When even the entire wizarding world was against him, he was still as water.
But no man or woman is perfect now are they? What were the three mistakes that Dumbledore made in this entire series?
If you were Dumbledore and you made the same mistakes how would you justify them?
Quote Dumbledore 2 times from book or from movie where you think that he was savage.
(NOTE: Before taking part in the discussion I strongly recommend that you go through the Harry Potter wiki article on the topic and then make and informed statement. Here is a link: harrypotter.fandom.com/wiki/Albus_Dumbledore
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