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Reading The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini has evoked many emotions within me that I forgot long ago It has made me question everything we once had It has made me question whether what we had can be considered a relationship or even a friendship In your letter you said I was a better person than my friends and how I represented myself I liked the idea you presented that somehow I was kind and noble Consequently in the end I disproved your belief confirming that I am average With this letter I am not asking for your forgiveness but instead acknowledging what happened many years ago and accepting that I am partly to blame This letter represents a way to be good again 2 Never have I asked someone I care for to eat dirt 57 to prove their loyalty Never have I hit someone in frustration For a long time I thought that made me better than every individual that did Except now I am uncertain I vowed I would never let someone be harassed the way my sister was blood is a powerful thing 198 and I made a promise to myself to protect those who could not defend themselves I believe when a person defends someone else without expecting anything in return is when the true characteristics of the individual are revealed Every day Hassans loyalty and courage was demonstrated when he fought for Amir showing he was a person full of empathy and compassion It just took Amir a few extra years to learn what Hassan was born with However I have not been able to live up to that promise yet I am still trying and will continue to for the rest of my life For a year I was standing in a secluded muddy road 75 no one around but me I consumed the ability to stop your mistreatment though on no occasion did I attempt too
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