10 Tweets That'll Restore Your Faith In The Internet

The Internet can be a cesspool of hate and vain self-promotion — but sometimes it's just the opposite. I want the Internet to become a better, nicer place; so here are a few tweets I stumbled across that I found meaningful enough to share. Caution: some of these tweets may contain strong language and good ideas.

We start off with Erin Kissane, an editor from Brooklyn, who has some great career advice that I wish every new graduate would take to heart:
Next is Xeni Jardin, a brilliant blogger and thinker. She is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Lots of people share workout habits on Twitter, but she added some medical knowledge to her update:

And she also reminded everyone to not worry about internet trolls:

Now we hear from international best-selling author Paulo Coelho, who tells you about the best drug EVER.

Seriously, even his tweets about traveling read like proverbs:

Then there's Tim Trueman, who works for Twitter in San Francisco, with a reminder to #treatyoself this holiday season. Money is fleeting!

Cory Booker, mayor of Newark, N.J., tells you to smile — for the sake of those around you.

And this one from his Thanksgiving day tweets was sublime:

Lastly, here are some from author and economist Umair Haque that should keep you thinking:

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