My oncologist told me exercise is one of most powerful things we can do to combat disease progression. Walked 8.5 miles today. Like a boss.
Someone will always be saying you're a fool to choose meaningful work over higher pay. Look closely at their lives.— erin kissane (@kissane) November 26, 2012
Rules I STILL struggle with, even after cancer diagnosis: "life's too short to waste time arguing with assholes on the Internet."
The most powerful hallucinogen in this planet is called love. No prescription required.
Seriously, even his tweets about traveling read like proverbs:
Getting as much as I can from my journey, because the journey is all I have
Then there's Tim Trueman, who works for Twitter in San Francisco, with a reminder to #treatyoself this holiday season. Money is fleeting!
Life is too short not to just buy a fuckton of socks and stop worrying about them.
Cory Booker, mayor of Newark, N.J., tells you to smile — for the sake of those around you.
Live your joy because you never realize how many people are leaning on your smile.
And this one from his Thanksgiving day tweets was sublime:
Be kind to one another. We are all more fragile than we let on.
Lastly, here are some from author and economist Umair Haque that should keep you thinking:
This age won't be remembered for Big Problems. But for Tiny Ideas.
It's a mistake to think that people change. But it's a bigger mistake to think people can't.