Amir's Personal Development
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"But I was pathetic, a blundering liability to my own team, always in the way of an opportune pass or unwittingly blocking an open lane." (page #21)
"I already hated all the kids he was building the orphanage for; sometimes I wished they'd all died along with their parents." (page #19)
"I see how they push him around, take his toys from him, give him a shove here, a whack there. And, you know, he never fights back. Never. He just . . . drops his head" (page #24)
"We sank in our seats, laughed until tears rolled down our cheeks, and, more important, until we were sure the neighbors weren't watching anymore." (page #144)
"I brought him hot tea and roasted almonds. Wrapped my arms around his back and pulled him up much too easily." (page #170)
"But I would stand my ground, I decided. I didn't want to sacrifice for Baba anymore." (page #142)
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