Together, they faced many challenges during their adolescence, including keeping the Philosopher's Stone from Professor Quirinus Quirrell, saving Ron's sister, Ginny, from the Chamber of Secrets, forming Dumbledore's Army, and fighting in numerous battles of the Second Wizarding War: including the Battle of the Department of Mysteries (1996), Battle of the Astronomy Tower (1997), and Battle of the Seven Potters (1997).Ron also became a Gryffindor prefect and a Keeper on the Gryffindor Quidditch team during his fifth year at Hogwarts.When a child experiences the death of a parent, the emotional trauma can be devastating.
All other loved ones are also mourned, but the observances of shiva do not apply.
Ideally all of the direct mourners sit shiva in the house of the deceased, for it says, "Where a person lived, there does his spirit continue to dwell." Thus the presence of the person who has passed away is strongest in his own home. Particularly, a home of one of the direct mourners will be filled with the spirit of the loved one who is now gone.
He skipped his last year of school in order to accompany Harry and Hermione on a hunt to destroy all of Lord Voldemort's Horcruxes and fought in the Battle of Hogwarts in 1998, during which he lost his brother Fred, a loss which devastated him and his family, especially George, his twin.
After the war, Ron became an Auror and helped reform and revolutionise the Ministry of Magic.
Everyone expects me to do as well as the others, but if I do, it's no big deal, because they did it first.", and was the last boy to be born to be born.
Bill and Charlie have already left — Bill was Head Boy and Charlie was captain of Quidditch. Fred and George mess around a lot, but they still get really good marks and everyone thinks they're really funny.
Memories will come easily there, and part of the comfort of the week of shiva is sharing such memories.
It is best for mourners to move into the shiva house together for the week.
However, I feel as if others expect me to move on immediately.
My dad and his wife were scheduled to come in to visit (they live in another state) about ten days after my mother’s death, and I asked them to postpone it because I wasn't up to it.
We were able to bring her home with us during the last 12 days of her life with the help of hospice, which was wonderful .