Lumos

L-R Poppy Miller, Paul Thomley, Stuart Ramsay, Sam Clemmett, J.K.Rowling, Anthony Boyle, Noma Dumezweni and Alex Price at the Lumos Gala Performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Photograph by Dave Benett courtesy by Lumos.

L-R Poppy Miller, Paul Thomley, Stuart Ramsay, Sam Clemmett, J.K.Rowling, Anthony Boyle, Noma Dumezweni and Alex Price at the Lumos Gala Performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Photograph by Dave Benett courtesy by Lumos.

Let’s give for granted you love magic. That you do not only love it if not you would really love that it could exist to make so many things come truth. Of course, I am talking of to do good things. If you have started to guess what all of this is about you already know it is better “to make love and no horocruxes”. Still, I am sure some folks will not know what the last word is about and they do not have idea of the sort of adventures they have been missing. On any case, I think everybody has heard, at least, to talk about Harry Potter, that cursed child… It is a long story. Better you read it. However, the story does not end there if not there is so much more.

Inside the world of magic there is a series of spells. One, it is called Lumos which has the ability to create light or to light the magic wands, like a portable lantern to all the muggles whom do not really understand what all of this is about. Following that line, J.K. Rowling created a NGO so long ago. It has that magic spell name and its mission is to protect children whom has been left behind for several causes, orphans mostly. The point is to help them to improve their lives, giving to them the support they need and helping them to have access to education. They work worldwide doing its best magic possible and, right now, they invite you to #Bethelight.

As a way for to help, they have released a series of limited edition T-shirts which you can have here. All the benefits will be destined to Lumos charity to improve and to continue its work. Honestly, this is the sort of magic which I like to talk about.

So, beloved audience and fans, whom keep here since 2010 despite I say I do not care about followers at all, why don’t we really start to make the magic in which all this crazy virtual story started and instead of to look for salvation in others we ignite ourselves for to show the sort of good magic which can help to bring more light to this world? Please, Harry Potter fan or not. Remember to do good will bring you good. And “We don’t need magic to transform our world: we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already.” Never better expressed. This has been what Worldless has always been about.

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