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My husband and I have been attempting to persuade our oldest to begin reading the Harry Potter series for many years. I’m not sure if it was the size of the books, the made-up words, or the subject matter, but he wasn’t interested. He tried a few times to read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, but it never piqued his interest.
Much of that changed a few months ago. We gave him the first book again, and he was immediately engrossed. He read the first one easily, then the second, and he’s almost finished with the third. That’s fantastic! I enjoy piqueing his interest in a series in order to keep him reading. (You know what I’m talking about, moms?)
My youngest son asked if he could paint a Santa hat brown on Saturday morning. Sure, it’s an unusual request, but I’ve heard stranger. It was going to be a Sorting Hat from Harry Potter, he said. Instead of making a sloppy crusty mess, I suggested that I crochet him one! Fortunately, it only took an hour or an hour and a half, and he had his own Sorting Hat!
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As a result… I’ve heard that primaries are aspirational a lot. But I’m a little puzzled about secondaries—are they aspirational as well? What if, for example, someone enjoys one second but finds another more easily? Thank you so much!
I understand what people mean when they say “aspirational,” but I also believe it’s a term that elicits more confusion than clarity.
Many of the people who write in with testimonials have burned their primary or secondary (which makes sense because it’s far more difficult to identify the primary or secondary on your own when it’s burned.) And if you’re in a situation where you don’t think you can use your primary/secondary and are slicing yourself into ribbons to fit into some “aspirational” form… Sure, that counts, but it’s not a good way to describe yourself. People become perplexed when attempting to locate their secondary because they throw too much information into the mix. The following are some of the questions you can ask yourself: * People write in with burnt secondaries for a variety of reasons, one of which is that a burnt secondary is a confusing exception that was once entertaining but is no longer. That may be due to shame or trauma associated with your secondary, the fact that it isn’t suitable for your current situation, or the fact that you’ve burnt it out due to overuse or a problem with your primary.
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The Sorting Hat is a sentient Hogwarts artefact that magically assigns each new student to one of the four school Houses. Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin are the four Buildings.
Godric Gryffindor, one of Hogwarts’ founders, was the original owner of the Sorting Hat. When Harry Potter was sent to Dumbledore’s office for the first time in his second year, he spoke to the Sorting Hat for the second time; it typically remains in the Headmaster’s office until it is required.
The first-year students are lined up and their names are read aloud alphabetically at the opening banquet at the start of each school year. The hat is then put on each person’s head and they take a seat on a stool. The hat is worn and battered; it’s patched, frayed, and filthy. A tear around the brim opens like a mouth to talk and sing. It talks to the wearer within the hat in a short, quiet voice, and it can use Legilimency to translate and respond to their thoughts.  The hat declares its decision aloud for all to hear after a brief moment of deliberation, and the student enters the chosen house. The duration of the consideration period ranges from nearly five minutes (dubbed “hatstall”) to less than a second. According to Harry’s account of his Sorting and Hermione’s brief statement, the hat can occasionally talk to the student during the Sorting.
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The sentient hat in charge of assigning students to separate Houses. While the hat normally sings a song before the Sorting Ceremony, this year it adopts a more political tone. It means that sorting students is a bad idea since it prevents students from communicating with one another. It also means that Helga Hufflepuff was the only one of the four Hogwarts founders who had the right idea about education: rather than selecting students based on a specific attribute, such as courage or intellect, she announced that she would take everyone and treat them fairly.
The Sorting Hat is mentioned or talked about in all of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix quotes below. You will see other characters and themes associated with each quote (each theme is indicated by its own dot and symbol, such as this one:
The Sorting Hat makes several appearances in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, as seen in the timeline below. The colored dots and icons show the themes are linked to that particular appearance.