Summary of the Kite Runner
In the book The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, this is reflected at the end of the story where Sohrab lifts Amir from his sins. The end applies to the statement given by the Afghanistan Relief Organization and how they’re both connected.
Again, sin abounds. As the story unfold, it becomes clear that everyone is almost guilty of sin and he or she needs redemption. Assef is a sinner for he rapes Hassan. Amir learns later in the story how Baba, his father sinned. After Rahim Khan discloses Baba’s secret to Amir, he realizes that everyone is sinful and the reason why Baba was tough on is that he was guilty of his sin.
Hosseini, Khaled. “The Kite Runner.” New York: The Berkeley Publishing Group, 2003.