Thank you for your interest in me and my story. Unfortunately, there are only so many hours in a day, and it is simply impossible to grant all of the interviews or personally answer each email. I wish I could talk to everyone for as long as they have questions, but it is just not realistic if I want to stay healthy and live as long as I can, which I intend to be a very long time.
So, with a little help, I have created a list of the questions people most commonly ask me during interviews or lectures, and their answers.
The main question I would like for you to ask yourself is, "What should I do to make sure I have the most accurate information about Eva Kor for my project?"
Please use verified sources of information which include:
I would recommend that you refrain from using random articles from the Internet, unless they are from reputable news agencies or organizations. Many times the authors of these articles do not get their facts correct, or I am misquoted, which causes confusion.
Also ask yourself: "What do I want people to learn from my project?" I ask myself a similar question when I am speaking to a group or giving an interview. "What do I want people to learn from my lecture?"
I wish you the best of luck with your project, and I appreciate your efforts to educate your classmates about my story, forgiveness, and the Holocaust. Above all, remember that Forgiveness is a seed for peace. Anger is a seed for war.