"They are truly convinced they will be killed by a stupid light? That is really silly sounding to me." Hermione said.
"Can a light worker really destroy a death eater?" Harry Potter then asked Dumbledore in his office.
"No," Dumbledore assured him. "No one dies from the light. The light has the power to heal even the darkest of hearts."
"Even a death eater's?" Harry Potter then asked him.
"Yes, even a death eater's." Dumbledore assured him.
"But we've heard differently." Ron then stated. "From whom?" Dumbledore asked.
"We've heard from The Malfoy's that a light worker has the power to destroy a death either, that they've been killed off for centuries. It's been written in history books." Ron Weasley explained.
"No death eater has ever been killed off by a light, not while I've been charge." Dumbledore stated.
"Then why are they so afraid of it?" Harry asked.
"It's not the light they are afraid of, but the power it has to change them." Dumbledore stated.
“You see, happiness can be found in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light."
"And if this light is strong enough, it can heal a heart, and soon enough, they can see through right and wrong." "They will be challenged to make different choices."
"That's the power of a conscious, my students. That's the power of love."
"The power of the light is strong yes, but it cannot kill. It can only shine a light where the truth has been darkened. A death eater is not killed, but he or she is changed within that light. No death eater died for having a change of heart. But thousands of light workers were mascared during the war by death eaters and Voldemort's ancestors."
"That's the truth. Hatred is blind my fellow students. It blinds those of the truth and allows them to stay in the dark. It allows them to remain bitter without the light."
"But even more importantly, is that we all have light and dark sides to us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That's who we really are."