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The guard, his arms folded across his chest, raised his eyebrows and waited. ” Jungreis, 67, is more than accustomed to questions.
Her main message is that Jews will survive through faith and positive thinking.
Berlin “is a hard place for me,” Jungreis told JTA. My natural reaction is to think, ‘Juedische Schweinhund, achtung, Heil Hitler,’ “– giving the German for “Jew swine-dog, hail Hitler.” “I lived with it. After surviving the Holocaust, Jungreis remembers that her father, Rabbi Abraham Jungreis, gathered all the orphans in a displaced-persons camp in Switzerland and made shidduchim, or matches, between the young men and women.
Jungreis says it was an expression of the optimism that runs in her family.
Her first Hineni lecture was held at Madison Square Garden before 18,000 people on Nov. The Jungreis’ two sons and two daughters now are all either rabbis or rebbetzins — and all are involved with Hineni. Instead of seeking someone with “deep pockets,” seek a mate with “compassion, modesty and lovingkindness.” Even on his deathbed, Jungreis’ late husband was making matches.
“Lying in his hospital bed, he opened his eyes and said, ‘Let’s talk the truth.