Two 16 year old young men who are living separate lives, unexpectedly are brought together by a set of complex circumstances; and go on to form a friendship of colossal proportion. Some readers might find it Biblical terms of the affect of these two.
It is a story to friendship that enables, grows and drives each of the friends toward their very best, to their finest moments. It is a story and a relationship that will draw you in, make you a little jealous, and finally, will applaud.
Howard Wolfe Karsh was born in Denver, Colorado, and attended the Denver Public School. He then attended Northwestern University, majoring in English and History. He entered Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin- Madison, studying United States Foreign Policy under Dr. William Appleman Williams, and earned a Secondary Teaching Degree.
After ten years in business, he turned to a long career in the Milwaukee Jewish Community, centered in Education. He served at the Assistant Director of the Board of Education, the Director of the Jewish Student House on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the Director of the Senior Department of the Jewish Community Center, and ended his career in the Community of Rabbi Michael Twerski as the first Administrator of Yeshiva Elementary School, and finally as the Director of a Grant from the Dan and Linda Bader Foundation to grow and strengthen the Community of Rabbi Michael Twerski.
For over 40 years he has written a column on "Jewish Perspectives" in the National Jewish Post and Opinion. He wrote as a community columnist for the Milwaukee Journal- Sentinel for 18 months. In all of these years he has been active in the Sherman Park Community representing Congregation Beth Jehudah.
He lives and writes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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