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When someone puts you in danger, you have two choices of how to react. You could look at all the good qualities that person may have, or focus on the few things they did wrong. In ?the Diary of Anne Frank?, written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Anne is one character that tends to look at the good side of people, rather than focusing on the bad. She almost always reacted with optimistic, empathetic, and positive feelings, three of her best character traits. With such a good attitude towards everything, she could always cheer the others up. Anne is someone that the other people hiding in the attic could have learned a lot from. In fact, anyone could learn a great deal of coping skills from Anne if they read her diary. Sometimes people choose to hate people because it is an easier way out and may be a quick solution. Although it is natural to be angry when safety is threatened, it is more admirable to look to the goodness possessed by most people.
Optimism is the key to true happiness. One of Anne?s most powerful character traits is her optimistic attitude, because it made her able to

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