The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

instead of thinking aout misery inthe world what does anne think about

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"What’s the good of that? What’s the good of thinking of misery when you’re already miserable? That’s stupid!"

"We’re young, Margot and Peter and I! You grown-ups have had your chance! But look at us . . . If we begin thinking of all the horror in the world, we’re lost! We’re trying to hold on to some kind of ideals . . . when everything . . . ideals, hopes . . . everything is being destroyed! It isn’t our fault that the world is in such a mess! We weren’t around when all this started! So don’t try to take it out on us!"


The Diary of a Young Girl