Harry Potter has been a beloved character in the world of literature and film for many years. He has faced many challenges, but none more difficult than the Avada Kedavra curse in the forest. This curse was cast by Voldemort, the villain of the series, and was intended to kill Harry. However, Harry survived, and the reason why is an interesting story.
Voldemort had intentionally created six Horcruxes, objects that contained a part of his soul. However, when he used the Avada Kedavra curse on Harry, he unintentionally created a seventh Horcrux. This Horcrux was formed from the love that Harry’s mother, Lily, had for him. This love created a counter ‘curse’ known as Sacrificial Protection, which saved Harry from the deadly curse.
The Sacrificial Protection was so powerful that it not only saved Harry from the Avada Kedavra curse, but it also destroyed the Horcrux that Voldemort had created. This meant that Voldemort was now vulnerable to being killed, as he no longer had the protection of the Horcruxes.
Harry was able to survive the Avada Kedavra curse because of the love of his mother. This love was so powerful that it created a powerful counter ‘curse’ that saved Harry from certain death. It also weakened Voldemort, making him vulnerable to being killed. Harry’s survival was a testament to the power of love and the strength of family.