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Harry may have inherited a whole vault of gold from his parents, but it couldn’t buy him the thing he perhaps yearned for the most: the family that was lost to him. On the flip side of the coin, Ron had grown up wearing and using hand-me-downs in a household that was constantly worrying about costs, but his home was full of love and life. He may have been jealous of Harry’s status and wealth, but Harry envied Ron’s big family and happy home. It just goes to show at the end of the day, money isn’t everything.
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