Reader’s Favorite Award!

Indescribable joy and gratitude-4th book award!

Thank you Liesbeth, Amsterdam Publishers, Janice Harper, and to our unbelievable team helping with all of this-Surreal!


Living Now Book Award

Don’t know what to say

This really made my day

“Not a Real Enemy” wins 3rd book #award!

Shabbat Shalom, thank the Lord!

Not A Real Enemy Wins NIEA Award

Psyched and pleased to share   “Not a Real Enemy” just won a 2nd award, so humbled by the recognition from the NIEA!  Speechless Can’t ever thank the team enough, and we will re-introduce the cadre  Please find the adventure at Amazon, Walmart, USHMM in DC, Barnes & Noble- The truth, no foible! #bookstagram#bookawards#bookworm#bookish#biography

Robert Wolf Wins 2023 Nautilus Book Award for “Not a Real Enemy”

I am grateful, honored, and humbled to announce that “Not a Real Enemy” has won a Nautilus Book Award for 2023! The recognition makes this post one of my most important and relevant notices ever. A gracious thank you to coauthor Janice, Liesbeth, Mark, Lisa, Melissa, and so many others who have helped make this […]



Tiberias at sunrise (see the outdoor piano)? It is an Israeli city on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. It has been considered since the 16th century to be one of Judaism’s Four Holy Cities, along with Jerusalem, Hebron, and Safed. Today, Tiberias is a vital tourist center due to its proximity to […]


Safed is a lovely Jewish town near the Galilee, one of the four sacred cities. Another fascinating corner of this unique and diverse country. It was the birthplace of the Kabbalah, a set of esoteric teachings meant to explain the relationship between the unchanging, eternal God—the mysterious Ein Sin (“The Infinite”)—and the mortal, finite universe […]

Site of Jesus’ final years

Capharnaum, Israel on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus’ last few years, by far the most recorded-Hail Mary or a Notre Dame TD? It is referred to as Jesus’ own city and a place where he lived. The “Spaceship” was the church commemorating the healing of the paraplegic on the Sabbath. Later, the Jews began persecuting […]

Mom’s 6th Anniversary Yahrzeit

We had mom’s 6th anniversary Yahrzeit, or memorial, by the Hebrew calendar 5782 last week, and today is the same by the standard calendar-she was loyal and patriotic to the U.S., Hungary, and Israel. While she never belonged to a political party and was certainly never racist or discriminatory; instead, she was engaging and always […]

Visit To Caesarea, Israel

During my trip to Israel, I had the pleasure of visiting the city of Caesarea. The ancient metropolis was built by Herod the Great to serve as a major Roman port. Here are some of the sites I visited while in Caesarea: This incredible sight reminds me of “Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii,” one of […]

Robert J. Wolf, MD on the Podcast

Rob Wolf joins Kevin Pho, MD on the Podcast. Kevin’s podcast is the web’s leading platform where physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, medical students, and patients share their insight and tell their stories. Listen to the podcast here…

Auschwitz’s Impact on Rob’s Life

There are already a million refugees as well as thousands of deaths and casualties secondary to the Ukraine conflict. Let’s talk about the women and children. Let’s talk about this place-Auschwitz-one of the darkest chapters and places in history-Imagine a kid in a cattle car seeing this while approaching the dreadful entrance. On a more […]

The Good Doctor’s Demeanor

The few people that knew Dr. Ervin Wolf (dad) appreciated his fun-loving and never-ending sense of humor. Despite his thick and endearing Hungarian accent, his mastery of the English language was better than most Americans. A friend of the family recently said that Dr. Wolf had a heart of gold, and his great attitude prevailed […]