Forgiveness In The Kite Runner

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Redemption the Releasing of a Dead Soul Forgiveness is the first step on the road to redemption. The importance of receiving forgiveness allows everyone to overcome feelings of anger, bitterness, or revenge. To receive forgiveness from our sins, we need to forgive others first. The novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is filled with fierce yet redeeming love. The character Amir who is the main character in this novel undergoes a lot of redemption situations. This novel is primarily about Amir and the characters who surround him. Baba is Amir’s father, Amir’s mother died when giving birth to him and left Baba as a single parent. Baba’s childhood friend was Ali he was the son of Baba’s family servant. Baba and Ali were inseparable so when they grew up Baba took Ali as his servant. Ali as well had a son named Hassan. Right after his birth Ali’s wife Sanaubar, ran away with dancing performers. Amir and Hassan became best friends till one day the dully Assef, raped Hassan and changed all their lives as well as the war that occurred in Afghanistan. Amir’s most significant redemption is when he saw Hassan was getting rape by Assef, and how he approaches the situation by trying to avoid Hassan to any circumstance. In addition Sanaubar Hassan’s mother, abandons her son and Ali,…show more content…
Everyone comes across redemption at one point in life, and it’s very important to face the consequences that come along with it as well. Amir, Sanaubar, and Baba know they must redeem themselves at a point, even though they all tried to hide from their past actions. At least some seek redemption like Amir and Sanaubar, and that’s when they at last found peace. Unfortunately, people like Baba, may leave their problems for others to redeem for them since he had much pride than to do what’s right. Redemption is not just about the survival of our soul. It’s about the revival of a soul that once was
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