Anne Frank's Response To Conflict In The Holocaust

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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. Throughout the Holocaust, many individuals suffered lack of optimism, such as being apprehensive about an inevitable extermination. However, Anne Frank decided to make the most of the situations she was in, regardless of how tough or severe the situation presented itself to be. Anne Frank expresses her opinions in her diary, “I don 't think I 'll ever feel at home in this house, but that doesn 't mean I hate it...The Annex is an ideal place to hide in...there 's probably not a more comfortable hiding place…” (Frank). Anne, though she is

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