Touched by The Anne Frank House



I think it’s utterly amazing how sometimes in our lives we’ll experience something; not ever realizing it will contribute to an experience in our unseen future.

Back in the mid 70’s, while performing a musical review in Amsterdam, Holland, I had the opportunity to take a tour of The Anne Frank House.

Sure, I had read The Diary of Anne Frank in grammar school, however the story didn’t affect me as deeply, until I was actually in the place where it happened.

Walking though the house was like taking a voyage in a time machine, transporting me back in history where I could actually feel the paralyzing fear, courage, and heart-break, as it lingered in the air like a heavy blanket of emotional memories; never to be forgotten.

I literally found it difficult to breathe.

Outside of occasionally hearing someone weep, the tour was virtually silent. It was as if we were walking through a place of sacredness, unable to put into words what we were feeling.

It was incomprehensible to me how these eight people lived in such a small space for over two years.



A rear view of The Anne Frank House (the Annex window on the roof).


The bookcase hiding the Secret Annex.

I can remember walking through this doorway; feeling chills.


Anne’s room, which she share with Mr. Dussel (the dentist).
Anne collected photographs of movie stars, which she glued on the wall in her room.

A closer view of the wall. Notice the photograph of actress Norma Shearer on the lower right-hand corner. Norma was one of Anne’s favorite movie stars at the time.

I recall walking through the room and gently running my left hand over the glass-sealed wall; knowing at one time Anne Frank had touched that wall.


An open page of the actual diary of Anne Frank.


Now, what’s really incredible about this story is that 20 something years later, I was cast in a professional theatrical production of the play, The Diary of Anne Frank. I portrayed Mr. Dussel, the man who shared a room with Anne. And can I just tell you how honored and reverent I felt, portraying a real-life person who was a part of this amazing story.

This was one of those times in my career that was Divinely orchestrated.

Because every night before the curtain went up, all I had to do was remember what it was like to walk through that house in Amsterdam….

and I was there.






"Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart." ~ Anne Frank

56 comments

  1. Excellent post, my friend! It's amazing how one person could make such an impact on the world.

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  2. Hi Ron...I have to say the highlight of Amsterdam for me was the Anne Frank house. As you know I am Jewish so I was touched on many levels. You could feel the ghosts in the house...and her innocence and hope as well. It was a beautiful experience for me. Much more profound than the concentration camp Dachau..which has been sterilized to look like it was not really that bad. In fact, after visiting Dachau I was sick to my stomach..but not because of what happened there but because of the disrespect I felt in the remembrance of what happened there. However, I felt none of that at the Anne Frank House. It pays such a wonderful tribute to her memory and to the memory of al those who lost their lives senselessly and cruelly by ignorant, prejudiced people.

    I love that you have shared your won experience and that it was much like my own.

    Thank you for reminding me.

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  3. Good Evening Herman!

    Thank you.

    For some reason today I spotted my script of The Diary of Anne Frank, sitting on a shelve in my apartment and suddenly had the desire to share this experience.

    And you are so right, my friend....

    "It's amazing how one person could make such an impact on the world."

    Thank you, Anne!

    Always so nice seeing you, HT!

    Have super day!

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  4. Hiya Susie!

    OMG...why am I NOT surprised that you and I visited the Anne Frank House and our experiences were SO MUCH the same?!?!

    Wasn't it AMAZING? You could hear a pin drop, it was so quiet and medative. You're right...it was profound.

    I have never visited the concentration camps, but would like to. I know I would be blown away with emotion. It would be painful to feel. In fact, just thinking about it makes me tear up.

    Having seen the house and done the play, it made me be able to almost feel a little of what those eight people felt. The play shares a great deal of humor and playfulness amongst their relationships, so it was wonderful to see aspect too.

    Like Herman shared in his comment...

    "It's amazing how one person could make such an impact on the world."

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your experience in this post, Susie!

    You've added much.

    Enjoy your evening.....X

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  5. This is a very nice post. I don't actually know who she was, because we didn't learn about her in school (or I just can't remember!!) I like the pictures you've shared. It's very interesting, especially the one of the diary. You can see it's very old. And I can understand the chills you got. Me and my friend went on a museum tour just after finishing school one day and we went to the Kruger house (one of our first presidents) and I got chills in that house to, because all that goes through your mind at that time is that that person lived there once.

    I've enjoyed this post a lot, Ron :)

    You should enjoy your day and don't work to hard!!!

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  6. Hi Ron,

    That book had a huge impact on me as a 12/13 year old girl. My family is Jewish, but non-practicing so I think it has a special importance to me, in that sense. My best friend's father was a holocaust survivor from Poland. I remember the numbers tattooed on his arm... I think about Anne Frank from time to time and it always brings tears to my eyes...
    I am sure if I went to visit her house, I would be sobbing through the entire tour. I got very teary just reading this post!
    Thank you so much for sharing my dear friend and if you loved the Diary of Anne Frank, PLEASE read, "Sarah's Key." It's a truly amazing story...
    Take care my dear friend,
    Leese

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  7. Bonjour Leesa!

    "My best friend's father was a holocaust survivor from Poland. I remember the numbers tattooed on his arm."

    OMG, I cannot believe you shared that because I TOO had a neighbor in Philly when I was growing up, who also had a tattoo on his wrist. I was so young at the time to even understand, but years later I talked to my father about it.

    Living in Florida I met several Holocaust survivors and it was amazing to talk to them about it openly. I learned so much.

    I've never seen "Sarah's Key" but I will look for in the video store - thanks for your recommendation.

    And thank you so much for stopping by, my friend!

    Always so great to see ya!

    Have a wonderful Tuesday......X

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  8. Good Evening Bernadine!

    Always so wonderful to see you've commented, my friend!

    If you feel like it and have the time, you can click on the red highlight links I left on this post to find out more about Anne Frank. It's an amazing true-life story of an amazing little girl who kept a diary during the Holocaust.

    Yes, I too have gone into museums and even old homes and felt chills for some reason. Sometimes I think it's the energy of the people who once lived there.

    Thank you so much for stopping by today, Bernadine!

    You're such a sweet soul!

    Have a FAAAABULOUS day......X

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  9. "Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart." ~ Anne Frank

    i am sorry, my dear, but i am feeling quite sad at the appalling evils we do to each other and to children? the mind reels...i shall return and if not on this post, please know i can imagine you gave one of the performances of your life in this role...how deeply moving to have had the privilege, then and even now, to share this moving story with even one who might not have known ... be well, my sweet friendxx

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  10. wow ron, you were fortunate to visit there. i can't help but become angry when i read about things relating to the holocaust or any injustice resulting in death. i have yet to visit the museum in DC and not sure if i can. i do know the feeling though of what, well actually i don't, it may feel like to be in a "sacred" place. one reason why i would love to go to israel. thanks for sharing.

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  11. I've not been..but of course it was required reading back once upon a time. Fact is my kiddos read her still today, which I think is awesome.

    I've not been. But I did tour Auschwitz. And it was a silent tour, except for the sobs of those of us who were washed away with the feel of it all. I think that was darn near everyone. It started before I entered and I wasn't sure I was going to actually make it through the gates.
    There are some things that are just hard on the heart.

    Not necessarily a 'bad' hard--just hard.

    Kinda like reading Anne.....multiplied by a few million.

    (((((((((( Ron ))))))))))

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  12. Hi Ron,

    I never really ever talked to my friend's dad about the Holocaust or about anything he experienced.. I wish I had, or at least, I wish I had talked to some survivors.. Did you see the films, Schindler's List or Life is Beautiful? Both were excellent films..

    Please DO read the book... I'll send you a link - buy used on Amazon..
    Hugs!

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  13. ...Oh Ron, this gave me goosebumps. And what a honor to have played such a part in that play, I would bet a dollar to a donut that you gave a stellar performance too! :o)

    ...I love this post, so interesting and thank you so much for sharing!

    ...Have a fab' day dear one! ;o)

    ...Blessin's...

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  14. I am here today because of the stregnth and perserverence of my family members who survived the Holocaust (which not all of them did). I have two living family members who survived the Holocaust who I interviewed about a year back. Your post just inspired me to get back to work on editing the interiews. I want to post short audio clips of their personal experiences on a Web site or something.

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  15. I have yet to go to Amsterdam but would love to see that house one day. Places like that have should a huge impact on us. My husband and I went to the Eagle's Nest in Bavaria several years ago which was Hitler's retreat. I could feel an incredible coldness and weight while we were there and all I wanted to do was get the hell out. Places do have presence.

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  16. I've never visited Anne Franks house but we did go to the Holacaust museum in DC and I had similar feeling of profound reverence and sadness. It was something I felt like we needed to see even though it was very depressing. Even though they are gone now, my heart goes out to the people who lost their lives to such horror. I simply cannot imagine that.

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  17. I'm ashamed to say that despite visiting Amsterdam three times I have still not visited Anne Frank's house! Next time I will.

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  18. Thanks for sharing this amazing story. It is rare that we have a particular story touch us to our core and forever change a part of our being...this was one of those times for you. I agree with the Anne Frank quote at the bottom. She was a wise girl.

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  19. Wow. I felt chills and tears come to my eyes reading this.

    When I read The Diary of Anne Frank in school, I don't think the full impact of her story really hit me. I would love to visit the house some day. I think then I would really comprehend that THIS really happened.

    Everyone needs to feel what you felt and remember.

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  20. I've been catching up, making my rounds, and have visited a blog friend who recently lost a father, or those who are experiencing the catastrophe in the Gulf, so you can only imagine the well of tears while reading your post, Ron. Anne Frank became the heroine of heroines in the genocide, and your reverence reflects ours. Thank you, Ron.

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  21. Good Morning Linda!

    I can totally understand your feelings, dear friend. This is something that should never be forgotten, therefore it needs to be remember now and then, however difficult it is to hear.

    Yes, I felt soooo privleged to be a part of the play. It ran for 4 weeks and toured high schools for another 4 weeks. And what amazed me was how many students knew nothing about this.

    Thank you so much for stopping by, Linda!

    Always great seeing you!

    Have a beautiful day....X

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  22. Good Morning V!

    Yes, I know your feelings of anger very well, because while preparing for this play, the cast would get together and watch documentaries of the times, and let me tell you...anger and saddness was what we ALL felt. Some of the documentaries were so difficult to watch, you felt a deep pain in your heart.

    I've never been to the Holocaust museum in DC, but would like to go one day. I know it would be VERY hard to see, however I think it's necassary to experience - just to remember.

    I visited Japan at one time, so I know what you mean about feeling the "sacredness" of a particular place. I bet Israel would be incredible too.

    As always, I thank you for stopping by, girl!

    Have a wonderful day......X

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  23. Good Morning Mel!

    "Fact is my kiddos read her still today, which I think is awesome."

    OMG...yes, it IS awesome!!! I was beginning to think that it was no longer required reading in schools, so thank you for sharing that.

    "It started before I entered and I wasn't sure I was going to actually make it through the gates.
    There are some things that are just hard on the heart."

    I cannot even imagine how difficult that would be, Mel. I would be more than willing to go, however I know exactly what you mean about somethings being hard on the heart. I'm very sensitive to "energy" therefore I know I'd be a sobbing mess.

    "Kinda like reading Anne.....multiplied by a few million."

    Isn't it an amazing story? To me, Anne Frank was a VERY special soul; teaching us a lesson.

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing you experience on this post, dear lady.

    Muchly appreciated. Have a wonderful day....X

    (((( Mel )))))

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  24. Hello again, Leesa!

    Yes, I have seen Schindler's List and Life is Beautiful. BOTH wonderful films.

    In fact, Shindler's List came out about the time I was touring in the play, so many of the cast memebers got together and saw the film.

    Yup, I will definitely read the book and thank you for sharing the link, I got it this moring in your email - thank you!

    Have a wonderful day, my friend.....X

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  25. Good Morning TJ!

    Every once in a while in an actors life, you experience something extra, extra special. THIS was one of those times for ALL of us in the cast, and we knew it. The ending of the play is so chilling, that when we first rehearsed the final scene, we were all bawling our eyes out.

    The play is so beautifully written - and reads like a finely tuned symphony, so that all an actor as to do, is say the lines....and you immediately FEEL what you need to feel.

    I feel blessed in having had this experience. Both as an actor, and a human being.

    As always, your presence here is so enjoyed!

    Thank you for stopping by, dear angel!

    Have a super day.....X

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  26. Good Morning MJ!

    "I am here today because of the stregnth and perserverence of my family members who survived the Holocaust (which not all of them did)."

    OMG...so I know you KNOW, have been touched so closly by the Holocaust.

    Many years ago while living in FLorida, I spoke to several survivors (from Polland) and I sat there looking at them, THEN, not able to even comprehend how they ever got through it. They spoke about it in completely honesty, telling me everything.

    " I want to post short audio clips of their personal experiences on a Web site or something."

    I think that's a wonderful idea. Please let me know if you do it, because I will stop by to listen for sure!

    Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by and sharing your experience, MJ. You've added much to this post.

    (((( MJ ))))

    Have a great Tuesday.....X

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  27. Good Moring Jen!

    "Places like that have should a huge impact on us."

    You're sooooo right, my friend. That's why I think it's beneficial to visit places like this, as painful and uncomfortable as it may be, so that we KNOW. And never allow something like this to happen again.

    "My husband and I went to the Eagle's Nest in Bavaria several years ago which was Hitler's retreat."

    I can ONLY immagine what that must have been like. And I TOTALLY believe that places have a presence and most definitely can be felt, without a doubt.

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, Jen!

    Have a great day....X

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  28. Good Morning Peg!

    "It was something I felt like we needed to see even though it was very depressing."

    My feelings exactly. It needs to seen and felt, so we KNOW.

    One of these days I will get to the Holocaust Museum in DC, and know that it will affect me as deeply as it did you.

    Thank you so much for stopping by, my dear friend!

    And thank you for sharing your experience and feelings on this post.

    Have a beautiful day.....X

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  29. Good Morning Akelamalu!

    I remember last year when you shared your photos and experience at the concentration camp in Auschwitz and feeling so moved.

    The Anne Frank House is similar. I was so glad I had the opportunity to visit it.

    Thank you so much for stopping by today, m'dear!

    Always a pleasure seeing ya!

    Enjoy your day.....X

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  30. Good Morning Suziecate!

    You're so welcome, dear lady. I felt moved to share this yesterday. The experience stayed with me all afternoon.

    "It is rare that we have a particular story touch us to our core and forever change a part of our being...this was one of those times for you.'

    It is rare, and I feel sooooooooooo grateful to have experienced it. I sincerely believe that this was Divinely orchestrated.

    Isn't the quote, so profound? She was an amazingly special little girl.

    Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing on this post, dear lady!

    Much appreciated.

    Have wonderful day......X

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  31. Good Morning JD!

    Last night after I wrote this, I reread it and had the same reaction. It was like experiencing it all over again.

    "When I read The Diary of Anne Frank in school, I don't think the full impact of her story really hit me."

    Me neither. I think it had to do with being very young and not FULLY understanding. It was not until I visited the house, did it REALLY hit me. HARD.

    You're sooo right, girl...we all need to remember.

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by and sharing on this post, JD! Always, always, always, enjoyed!

    Enjoy your day........X

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  32. Good Morning Petra!

    I am so sorry to hear about your friend loosing her father, dear lady. And I'm so glad you were able to be there for her giving support with your caring, loving, and wonderful spirit.

    Bless you!

    So many people I know right now are experiencing difficulties, so it's important for us to take the time to be there for support.

    "Anne Frank became the heroine of heroines in the genocide.'

    You said it, dear lady. She was an amazing little girl, with a BIG heart.

    Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by and sharing on this post, Petra!

    It's always enjoyed and appreciated.

    Have a great day.....X

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  33. Awesome. I am so touched by what you wrote. I had a dream about the Anne Frank house once, even though I've never visited and before I saw any published pictures. Years later, it freaked me out to see from pictures that the house was very much like I had imagined it. Those movie stars on the wall say a lot about Anne. That she was just a regular teenager caught up in the madness of her time.

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  34. How brilliant that you took so much away from the experience that you were able to use it again in your life.

    I am utterly fascinated with historical situations like that, it's very strange to be somewhere in which an epic story has taken place.

    We live very close to the Bronte sisters family home in Howarth and I was lucky enough to go there fairly recently. The house itself has not undergone many changes and Emily herself actually died in a chair that was still in one of the rooms.

    It was almost morbid fascination but I was mesmerized.

    The romantic books that I'd read as a child were created where I was standing, wow.

    Thanks for sharing. :)

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  35. her quote about believing people are good at heart always amazes me
    it brings tears to my eyes and gives me a chill while filling my heart with hope at the same time

    I can imagine how thinking of your visit to the house brought you closer to the character you played

    and I'm sure your performance was golden

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  36. Thank You Ron,

    This post was so great my Friend, I can't describe the feeling I got while reading, it was almost like you had taken me there.

    Enjoyed reading it so much.

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  37. Good Evening CherylT!

    OMG...I got CHILLS reading your comment!

    Listen, I TOTALLY believe that we have the ability to tap into Universal energy (especially while asleep), so I'm not at all surprised that you had this experience. You must be very sensitive to energy.

    How amazing that what you saw in your dream (about how the house looked), was actually what it looked like - WOW!

    I bet if you ever visited it someday, you would be so touched.

    You're right, Cheryl....Anne was just a regular teenager like everyone else. In the play, it shows out she and Peter Van Dam had crushes on one another - it was so cute.

    Thank you SOOOOOOOOOO much for stopping by and sharing your experience. It was very much appreciated and enjoyed.

    Hope you had a wonderful day.....X

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  38. Good Evening Pixie!

    So nice to see you, dear lady!

    "I am utterly fascinated with historical situations like that, it's very strange to be somewhere in which an epic story has taken place."

    Me too!! And it's funny because I was never interested in history in school, however as an adult I grew to LOVE it. I think it's the way they taught history in school. Now-a-days with videos and computers, we're much more able to read and see things in a very tangible way.

    "We live very close to the Bronte sisters family home in Howarth and I was lucky enough to go there fairly recently."

    OMG...how faaaaaaabulous!!! I bet it was incredible.

    "It was almost morbid fascination but I was mesmerized."

    I TOTALLY hear you because I'm the same way. Even though parts of history are painful to see or hear about, I STILL want to see and hear it.

    "The romantic books that I'd read as a child were created where I was standing, wow."

    WOW is right! How wonderful that you were there!

    Thank you VERY for stopping by and sharing on this post, Pixie! It was so enjoyed!

    Hope you had a great day......X

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  39. Good Evening Lady Dianne!

    "her quote about believing people are good at heart always amazes me. it brings tears to my eyes and gives me a chill while filling my heart with hope at the same time."

    Yes...I know exactly what you mean.

    It's bitter/sweet.

    I truly believe that some people come to this earth as prophets. And in my opinion...Anne Frank was one of them. She may have only been on this earth briefly, but what she taught will live on forever.

    I can't thank enough for stopping by and sharing on this post, dear lady! You've added much!

    Hope you had a wonderful day....X

    P.S. and are you LOVIN' this cool weather?

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  40. Good Evening Jimmy!

    It's strange, because I haven't thought about this experience for so many years. Yet, yesterday, it all came back to me in a flood of emotions. Even though this happened back in the 70's, and then in the 90's....I can still remember it like it was two seconds ago. It truly left an incredible imprint on me.

    Glad you enjoyed reading, friend. Thank you for saying so.

    And thank you for stopping by!

    You're such a cool man. So glad we met.

    Hope you had a wonderful day....X

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  41. I enjoyed reading this. I'm glad you got to be in the play as well as visit the actual place. It must have been quite emotional for you. Yes, the whole thing surely was a great experience.
    I must hang my head in shame that I know very little about her or her story and have never read the book of her diary. I'll have to put that on my reading list!

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  42. I've heard others say the same thing, that they couldn't breathe and that the tour was basically silent. It must be a powerful place, so many spirits still contained there.

    Ron, you probably were an incredible Mr. Dussel because of those strong feelings you absorbed.

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  43. Special post Ron. It sounds like you are pretty in tune with energy around you. I am sure that doing that play and all the prep work that went with it was extremely difficult. It is important to keep some memories alive though. Peace to you

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  44. Gooood Morning CrystalChick!

    Oh, M...if you ever get the chance to read the book, I just know you'll be touched. It's one of those stories that stays with you forever.

    Yes, this was an experience for me that was not only professionally satisfying, but more so an "enlightening" one.

    Thank you for stopping by today, neighbor!

    ALWAYS great seeing ya!

    Have a great Wednesday.....X

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  45. Good Morning Nitebyrd!

    "It must be a powerful place, so many spirits still contained there."

    Yes, you could actually FEEL the presence of those spirits. There was also a feeling of utter reverence, knowing you were walking on sacred ground. The silence was deafening.

    Thank you so much for stopping by today, Sis!

    Always so great seeing ya!

    Have a wonderful Wednesday....X

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  46. Ron, I thought this was an interesting post. It would be very interesting to tour the Frank house. I've never been to Amsterdam, but after seeing the movie "Hostel" I definitely know where to not stay. LOL.

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  47. Good Morning Katherine!

    I've always been very sensitive to energy, so this place affected me deeply. However, I think everyone who visits feels the same thing. It reaches deep within your soul and speaks to you. You can actually feel the presence of Anne.

    "It is important to keep some memories alive though."

    You're so right, dear lady.

    Thank you very much for stopping by today.

    Always a delight seeing you!

    Have a beautiful Wednesday....X

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  48. Good Morning Constant Complainer!

    If you ever have the opportunity to visit Amsterdam, please visit the house. You'll be affected deeply.

    I LOVED Amsterdam. It's one of those places that has a very relaxed, open, and carefree energy about it. It's awesome!

    Thank you for stopping by, CC!

    Always great seeing ya.

    Hope you're enjoying your summer!

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  49. What an wonderful and inspiring post, Ron! I haven't read the Diary of Anne Frank, but it is on my To Read list! Especially now! Thank you for sharing your experience- I would have loved to see you in that performance, I'm sure it was amazing.
    Viv

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  50. Good Evening Viv!

    Thank you so much for your sweet words, my NYC friend!

    If you get the chance to pick up the book, I just know you'll enjoy it immensely. It will leave an imprint on your heart that you'll never forget.

    Anne Frank was an amazing little girl!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, Viv! Always a pleasure seeing ya!

    Hope you had SUPER day....X

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  51. Such a touching post! I was equally moved when visiting the Hemingway House in Key West a few weeks ago... such a magic moment, imagining him creating there!

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  52. Bonjour Susu!

    Yes....I too have visited the Hemimgway House!! And you're right...it was magical, imagining him creating there!

    OMG...and didn't you LOVE all the cats????

    Thank you so much for stopping by, Susu!

    Glad to see you home. Hope you had a faabulous time on your vacation.

    Enjoy your day.....X

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  53. OMSNL!!! I was nearly chocked up while reading this blog post! U r really fortunate to go see that house! Wow! What an experience that must be for u!!! Those r great pictures 2!!!

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  54. Good Evening Singer7!

    Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing a comment. It's a pleasure to meet you.

    Yes, it was one of those experiences that is etched in my memory forever.

    Glad you enjoyed the photos.

    Again, thank you for stopping by!!

    Enjoy your evening!

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  55. Wow. What an amazing experience for you to have actually walked through the REAL Ann Frank house. I got the chills just reading about it!

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  56. Hi Meleah!

    You, being a fellow Libra, I KNOW would also feel how amazing it was to walk through that house.

    It leaves such an imprint on your heart.

    Thanks for stopping by, my friend!

    You're a sweetheart!

    X

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