Anne Frank A Light in the Dark Anne Frank once said, “I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” Many people know that Anne Frank was an extraordinary diarist, truly an optimist, and a spunky, energetic girl, but did they know that she was wise beyond her years? She changed the world by blessing humanity with her extraordinary literature skills and imagination. She showed that even in horrible times, people could make the most out of it, and not wallow in their misery. She left a legacy as the light in the dark. Earlier times leading up to the arrest of Anne Frank and her Annex family were full of interesting events and emotion.
Her feast day is on August 9th. Edith was an incredibly admirable person, and continues to inspire people all over the world today. She sought philosophical truth her entire life which led to a very close relationship with God. Her relationship with God gave her the ability to be able to stay in the Netherlands with her sister even though she knew that this meant almost inescapable extermination. We can emulate St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross by being selfless, and putting others before ourselves.
In one chapter, a man asked Corrie to help his wife, who had been captured. Come to find out, the man was a spy and had the whole watch shop raided and the ten Boom family was arrested. However, the Jews they were helping, hid themselves in the secret room. Casper was offered to be let go due to his age, but he refused and died ten days later. Corrie was sent to Scheveningen, later learning that her sister, Betsie, was in that same prison.
She was intelligent and had courage to go her own way. She was a wife, a mother and lover but at the same time a cold hearted ruler that tried to eliminate everyone that stood in her way not caring if it was a stranger or a family member. We don’t have a lot of resources out of her personal perspective but the resources that we do have, paint a picture of a strong woman that lost and regained her throne, was able to make choices that helped expand her countries wealth and territory. She was resourceful with knowledge about Alchemy, Politics, different cultures and languages. She survived the death of her first love and even though afterwards she loved again she was a changed person, colder and more focused on personal gains that anything else.
One particular family member, the youngest daughter, has a legacy that still lives on today. Anne Frank was both a hero and a victim of the Holocaust because she was forced into hiding, her loved ones were killed, and her diaries positively impacted many. During this dreadful time, Anne Frank was victimized by being forced into hiding. The Franks originally lived peacefully in Germany, but as the Nazis gained power, they slowly moved to Amsterdam. The father, Otto, previously knew the city, and brought his family with him once he found a place to live (Kniesmeyer 519).
Daniel's Story by Carol Matas is a fiction story where conflicts arise and characters change. In the story there are a lot of conflicts where the character has to face.The first major conflict that Daniel has to face is when him and his family are forced to leave Germany due to the Nazis not wanting Jews there. In page 3 paragraph 2 Daniel says “ We do not have any idea where we are going only that Germans no longer want the Jews in Germany.” Another conflict he has is when Daniel is in Lodz ghetto. There is a really harsh winter and people were getting frostbite due to people selling their warm clothes for food and Daniel’s father did do that in fact. The evidence matters because that is how Daniel’s journey begins when the Nazis get rid of the Jews.
The note outlines what 's happened to Darryl, and inspires Marcus tells his parents, Darryl 's dad, and a reporter Barbara Stratford, all that 's happened to him since the bridge bombing. Barbara starts investigating the story of Gitmo by the Bay, the prison that 's holding Darryl. Marcus finds out his web of trust has been breached by a spy, Masha, who wanted to help fight terrorists but is now sick of spying on people. She says she wants out, and that she 'll help Marcus disappear too. He just needs to make an Xnet distraction for cover.
Anne Frank once said, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” The Holocaust was a traumatizing event for millions of innocent people, however, many found comfort by remaining calm and relaxed, for example, Anne Frank in the “Diary of a Young Girl”. In addition, politicians also did their best to encourage positivity, such as shown in “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat” by Prime Minister of England Winston Churchill. Keeping this mindset, they were able to maintain decent health, and most importantly, were able to persevere through any challenge that presented itself. Though some may argue that compromise is the best way to respond to conflict, in order to obtain peace and compromise, one must first have a positive attitude. For the ones who decided to take the path of optimism and perseverance, they understood that the two major components in a human’s response to individual conflict.
Although she is lying, Adeline says this because she cares about Victor and is a kind person at heart. Yet Adeline 's life could be described as harsh and problematic, she made the best of it and cherished every good moment. Only after she endured all the highs and lows of life did she truly understand that “you can vanquish the demons only when you yourself are convinced of your own worth.” Her memoir will continue to teach many great life lessons throughout time and will always
Montgomery has remained a perennial favourite because of its spunky heroine and late 19th century small town charm. Though not measuring up to the original, it’s abridged version by Archie Oliver is also worth noting as a well-written shortened and simplified text. While the reader initially falls in love with Anne, it is also quite clear that she grows to become a thoughtful woman. Loved by many, this character went on to inspire multiple sequels to the book, though none as compelling as the first. However, little Anne’s spirit is carried on and loved for she did not change but only grew up.