"Until then, there must be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties.”
I want an episode of Doctor Who where the Doctor meets Anne Frank but her death is a fixed point so he can’t change it so instead he takes her to the future so she can see that it will not always be this way and the world doesn’t end in 1944 and that’s why she writes in her diary “and that’s why, in spite of everything, I believe that people are good at heart” and that she is remembered for her struggle
As much as I love Doctor Who and the beautiful stories they’ve told about real people (Vincent and the Doctor owns my heart), don’t you think that this time the real story is more beautiful that the story we could make up? I personally think it’s even more amazing and humbling to think that Anne Frank didn’t need time travel to have faith in humanity, and she didn’t need any alien encounter to be the person we remember, respect and honor. I’d like to think that if in a fictional world, the Doctor ever met her, she would be the one giving him hope.