Are you a Twitter fan?
Do you Tweet?
People can tell a lot about you depending on your answer these two questions.
Who do you follow?
What sorts of things do you tweet about?
Can I tell what you love by reading your Tweets?
Do you Tweet about things that annoy you instead?
Some people are open books – they use very few filters and they just type in whatever pops into their heads. Some are quite thoughtful.
I prefer to follow people like
“Cooperation comes from friendship, friendship comes from trust, and trust comes from kindheartedness. Once you have a genuine sense of concern for others, there’s no room for cheating, bullying, or exploitation; instead, you can be honest, truthful and transparent in your conduct.”
Dalai Lama’s messages are usually quite different from
“The Fake News Media has NEVER been more Dishonest or Corrupt than it is right now. There has never been a time like this in American History. Very exciting but also, very sad! Fake News is the absolute Enemy of the People and our Country itself!”
In contrast, it helps my spirits to tune in to people like
“The world is full of difficulties; but it’s even more full of hope.”
Bob’s messages are uplifting, and so are those of
“Prayer reconnects us to God, charity to our neighbor, fasting to ourselves. God, my brothers and sisters, my life: these are the realities that do not end in nothing, and in which we must invest.” #Lent
If I follow a politician like our president,
I think it’s also important to check out other politicians.
Keep balanced – hear from both Republicans and Democrats.
Check the Tweets by
“Our differences make us stronger. I will fight against all forms of bigotry and hate—including white nationalism.”
And the Tweets by
Yesterday he tweeted, “And here are some ways to help cyclone victims in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe:” (linked @barackobama)
For pure entertainment, I get a kick out of
“When insane runs meet unstoppable energy, you get this incredible battle.
See who @JohnLegend picks MONDAY 8/7c on @NBC! 🎶❤️”
If you check out Tweets,
why do you do so?
Is it to entertain, to inform, to connect with others?
Or do you avoid it all together?
I find Twitter can be time-consuming if I get caught up in it,
and I’d rather read the blogs I follow on WordPress!
what is your impression of Twitter
and all the Tweets folks are posting?