What I have learned from <Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone>:
1. Everyone has their own Hogwarts, and the road to Hogwarts may be invisible to ordinary people. We may get sucked in the world we live at present. However, we may find our own talent and happiness in our Hogwarts. To some people, the Hogwarts is the drawing world, or dancing world, or singing world.
2. We all have the mirror of Erised, but as the Dumbledore said, “It does not to do to dwell on dreams and forget to live”. Many of us look at the deepest, most desperate desire of our hearts, but we have wasted away before it, entranced by what they have seen, or been driven mad, not knowing if what it shows is real or even possible. We need to focus more on reality and life, someday we may finally reach our desire, but we can never do just by looking at it.
3. We need to have the courage to break some rules sometimes, because many rules exist for the convenience of the governor, not for the good of us.
4. Those that others do not respect may turn out to be good person. Do not judge people just by their appearance.