Chapter 37 Summary
The Lost Prophesy
The portkey Dumbledore created transports Harry directly to the Office of the Headmaster. Harry walks back and forth, thinking about how Sirius’ death was his own fault since he was the one who fell for Voldemort’s trick.
Suddenly Dumbledore appears in the fireplace and is greeted warmly by all of the portraits hanging in the office. The first thing that Dumbledore tells Harry is that none of his friends has been seriously injured. Dumbledore recognizes the great pain that Harry is in and tells Harry that strong feelings like pain are his “greatest strength.” Harry is in so much pain that he is almost numb; he just wants the pain to cease.
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