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I understand where you are coming from, but I think that it is based off the hearts desire. It shows Harry's parents, because that chunk of his heart is what he has always yearned for. Love is something that has always been denied by Harry, so he really doesn't know what he is missing. Only his heart knows, and that is what is reflected in the mirror.
Ron, who was always denied the joy of feeling special, was reflected as something great and something that people would notice. The Horcrux does a great job of telling this because it says "I have seen you heart... Least loved, always, by the mother who craved a daughter. Least loved, now, by the girl who prefers your friend... Second best, always, eternally overshadowed.... What are you compared to the Boy Who Lived.... Your mother confessed that she would have preferred me as a son."
This Horcrux reveals what is in his heart, and it is the same things as the mirror, only in a darker tone. In the mirror he sees a way to make himself noticed and loved.
Dumbledore saw his family. His one regret, the thing that troubled his heart the most.
They all have a common theme: love, respect, honor. Those are things that are on the brain, but they are really rooted in the heart.
It seems to me that the exchange between HP & DD tells us more about DD's unresolved inner-conflicts than it does about the nature and purpose of the mirror. Despite his reputation and credentials from a global POV many of DD's judgements are flawed at their core. As with all magical items the mirror has an inherent ability that can serve or destroy. Fundamentally DD has lived with a falsehood for so long that he can't serve as a guide for using the mirror. So HP must grope around in the dark without the aid of this magical tool that could have helped him to sort out his feelings with less trauma had he had a better guide. Instead the mirror is hid away somewhere and he is prohibited from pursuing it further.
The answer is the mind's desire as there is no difference as the heart cannot think. I believe that the image one sees would indeed change over time as it basically shows us what we want the most. This changes over time as your example demonstrates. Interesting thought.
Author's Response: Good point, but it can feel. Often times humans follow their instincts without thinking things through, simply because they feel it-- that's kind of what I envisioned the heart's desire to be, almost instinctual within a person. Thanks for the response!
There's mirror does show us our heart's desire. That was really Ron's heart's desire.
In proof, look at what came out of the locket-horcrux in Deathly Hallows. Ron's fear was being overshadowed by his older brothers and being unloved by all the women in his life. Essentially, in the mirror he sees all of those issues rectified. However, Ron isn't as mature as Harry at this time. He hasn't lived through what Harry has and therefore his heart's desire points to perhaps trivial things, but in his heart of hearts those are his deepest desires.
Remember when you're very young your actually a little autistic. You haven't learned full feelings yet. Your still developing them. That's why kids love candy, toys and playing cards.
Author's Response: First off, I have to say, as a therapist for autistic children, please do not compare all children to those with a specialized handicap. Autistic children feel as fully as any child, the difference is in its manifestation and expression. A fear is different than a desire-- desire is what we yearn for, whereas a fear is generally losing something we already have, or having our worst nightmares realized. Sure, desires are often sturdy foundations for forming fears, but not enough that you can equivocate a magical object showing greatest desire with one showing greatest fear. The more I think about it, I don't believe Ron's desire was or is glory-- I think it's simply being appreciated. Maybe it's as straightforward as it's the same deep desire (as you pointed out), but different manifestations. So at a young age, Ron's desire for appreciation would appear as trophies and badges, but at an older age might be children who look up to him and give him Father's Day cards :) Thanks for the feedback!
this is why the mirror is dangrous. Men have wasted away in front of it or have gone mad. It is not something to take lightly.
Author's Response: I wholly agree! These are the pieces of magic that would terrify me most.
I think, perhaps, the Mirror shows us our hearts desire in a form that the mind can currently understand. If someone has security as their heart's desire, it might show as a loving and warm family unit as a small child, and present as a solid job with a good paycheck later on. Two very different images illustrating the same desire.
Author's Response: Very interesting point-- and I just responded to another in this same form! The scientist in me wants to perform a number of standardized experiments to figure out if this is the mechanism of action, or if emotional development actually has an impact on the desire. I like this theory, though, because it takes cognitive development into account, while still giving the main platform to the heart. Thanks for commenting!
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