As it goes in any story of success, there comes a certain point where you literally have too much money just for yourself and the ones you love.That's why helping others is always the most fulfilling thing you can do.A few years ago, I spoke to a group of high-schoolers about the Jewish idea of love. By focusing on the good, you can love almost anyone.
When it comes to television, “gay” and “anti-hero” must to go well together because this list is filled with wily schemers, heartless cads, domestic abusers, street thugs, high school bullies and yes, even a couple stone cold killers.
Oh well, at least the guy who ranks #1 is an honest to goodness sweetheart. Almost every single character in the top 50 came from a show that ran in the current century. ’s Jodie Dallas who left the airwaves 32 years ago in 1981. A part of it is probably “out of sight, out of mind,” but it is also true that television overall has just vastly improved in quality since the proliferation of cable, and with that has come an explosion of a multidimensional LGBT characters.
A few weeks ago we asked readers to name their favorite gay or bisexual male characters of all time.
(As usual, we left the female characters to our sisters over at After Ellen.) Now, after sorting through the thirty thousand plus write-in votes, we have the results, and one thing leaps out at us: you guys certainly have a soft spot for the bad boys!
Love is that feeling you get when you meet the right person." Every hand went up. Judaism actually idealizes this universal, unconditional love.