Idiosyncrasy {Harry Potter}

Idiosyncrasy {Harry Potter}

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Miss Chanandler Bong By kmbell92 Updated 2 days ago

There were some things in life that even magic couldn't heal and for Zakari Ollivander, being deaf was not something that he wanted to be "healed" of anyways. Never considering himself disabled, Zakari considered himself just to be slightly different growing up. He still enjoyed partaking in activities that other children his age were involved in, even if he had to find his own way to do them. It was a challenge sometimes, but Zakari was always up for a challenge. As the grandson of a famous wandmaker, Zakari's biggest challenge yet would come to the young boy when he receives his acceptance letter to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Without knowing him, people were quick to pass their judgement, believing the boy would struggle and calling it a waste of time trying to teach magic to a boy who couldn't hear and hardly spoke. However, Zakari sets himself out to prove that just because he was hard of hearing, didn't mean he didn't have anything to say. It was everyone else around him that needed to learn how to listen.

Momma bear!! And I plan on being a mama bear to anyone who insults my smol bean
This is the best thing you could ever do! Thank you so much for allowing us to see through the eyes of a deaf person and showing a tale from their perspective!
I am fluent in sign language and I thank you for the accuracy of this small notion and for this whole story. Thank you
And god bless you for making this story, it sheds light on these topics where people would never really want to see or read or hear about
calmwolf calmwolf Nov 11
All 'disabilities' are a part of a person. A lot of people never know life without it and it's their normal.
OberKyl16 OberKyl16 5 days ago
Does she not mean wordless magic, rather than wandless magic?