No Hungarian worth his salt hasn't heard of the holy Reb Shayele Kerestierrer. And I say Hungarian, both Jew and, LeHavdil, Gentile. A biography was recently published, and despite the fact that it may not have been the intention of the writers, we see how the whole purpose of Reb Shaye'lle was to help Jews in times of need. From the time he was crowned Rebbe by the Tzaddikim of his time that's what he was told to do, "helfen Yidden." And that's what he learned in the home of his Rebbe, Reb Hershelle Lisker, zt"l. We bring you one such anecdote, where a Jew's level of observance was not made an issue of - at least not by RSK, and once he helped him - and on that condition - made him change his lifestyle and become an observant Jew. There are many more such stories in the sefer, but we bring you one. We Hungarians who observed the Lubavitcher Rebbe "etvos," and saw how he helped Jews and at the same time encouraged shemiras Torah and Mitzvos to those who were not doing so at the time, can relate to that very well.