End Of The Tunnel Quotes

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Many people deal with hardship differently. Some take it pretty hard and therefore get bad attitudes, but others take it with a grain of salt and try to find the good in any trouble that they are having. In many experiences finding the light at the end of the tunnel is much more efficient than getting a bad attitude. The first piece of evidence is a quote from Anne Frank. Now she may have died in the end but while she was living she made the most of her time, and therefore had a better life than she would have if she would have gotten a bad attitude. "Father, Mother, and Margot still can 't get used to the chiming of the Westertoren clock, which tells us the time every quarter of an hour. Not me, I liked it from the start; it sounds so reassuring, especially at night. You no doubt want to hear what I think of being in hiding. Well, all I can say is that I don 't really know yet. I don 't think I 'll ever feel at home in this house, but that doesn 't mean I hate it. It 's more like being on vacation in some strange pension." This is a quote from Anne Frank 's diary. This quote shows us that no matter the situation there is always something that can be seen in a positive light. Here is another piece of evidence from Anne Frank 's diary proving my point. "Up to now our bedroom, with its blank walls,…show more content…
Call, many things can be useful when trying to survive, but the most useful thing to have is a good attitude. Here is a quote from him, "A person 's attitude has a lot to do with his or her chances of survival in a disaster. Although survival kits that contain some food, water, a first-aid kit, and some means of making fire are great to have on hand, perhaps more important are having the right attitude." I believe that just a good attitude about the general situation is not enough. The most important part of having a good attitude is having a good attitude about the little things. Even if you have to use sarcasm to find
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