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Every time I read out of her diary, I always feel a sense of peace. She has inspired me greatly and I always think of her whenever I am upset. "Think of the all the beauty in yourself and in everything around you and be happy." I will always remember that.

Lucas, 14 - Madison - United States - 6 Mar 2011

I was 10 or less when my mom took me to an anna frank's exposition, we saw everything and at first i was confused, then i was shocked that this story was true, that it happen to real people. It changed my life. This story was and so many others that i have seen or read, made me realised of what is truelly important in this life. My mom didnt knew and still doesnt knows, that she changed my life that day. It all started with just a walk between a mother and a her youngest daughter; suddenly i was in this exposition learning what became the most lifechanging walk for a 10 year old. Even today i keep remembering my mom showing me this amazing story. At the end of the exposition they exhibit the movie, and while i was watching it, i realized this amazing people, who help them putting their lifes in risk, only because it was the rigth thing to do. It made wanna be them. I look up to them and to everyone that chooses to the right thing to do over everything else. Just wanna say thank tous for keep telling and sharing this story to the world; because it proves that we can make the change!! That all we need its courage to defend and speak up, for what we know its the rigth thing to do. Once again thank you.

Maria Luisa Martinez Alvites, 24 - Lima - Peru - 28 Feb 2011

Dearest Anne, thank you for bringing clarity to your world for us in our time. You have given us inspiration when it was so needed. It has been almost 70 years now, and yet it has not been so long ago. Things were different then, and yet somehow not so different. Because of who you are, you have given the world so much. One day we will get to hear you laugh once again. . .

Randall M. Vasquez, 42 - Denver, CO - United States - 27 Feb 2011

We were reading the book in class and it is the most inspiring story ever. I started to cry when we got to the part where they are arrested.:))

Marisca Opperman , 14 - Kaapstad - South Africa - 27 Feb 2011

Anne Frank was a great person. She lived a wonderful life until Hitler was the chancellor. Poor Anne. I'm reading her diary.

Anna, 10 - United States - 26 Feb 2011

Anne Frank is an inspiration to all who read her diary. She and no other victims of the holocaust should be forgotton

Lauren wilson, 13 - phoenix - United States - 26 Feb 2011