Anne’s entire diary is written during the time when her life was in constant danger. What’s amazing, though, is that she doesn’t dwell on this fact. It comes up, of course, but for the most part all of the members of the Secret Annex live their lives as normally as possible while in hiding. However, the fact that her life is in danger makes Anne acutely aware of her mortality. She expresses the desire to do something worthwhile in her life, and hopes to become immortalized through her writing.
Anne’s increased awareness of her mortality leads her to develop a stronger religious sentiment.
Because Anne faces death on a daily basis, she grows insensitive to its impact on her existence.
Anne never believes that she will die during the war, she sees death as something that happens to the Jews who are not lucky enough to be in hiding.