“The best twitters in history”

Although today is Saturday and I wanted to be a little more separated from the computer than usual, again I find a twitt (this time from Victor @victurs) inviting me to participate in a ” meme ” with the following question

What 3 characters, real or fictional, historical or current, would have been the best twitters in history for you?

Although it is true that I still have one pending from this summer (the meme that @cucodevenegas invited me to ) about the “Three recommended books of the summer”, I will start with this one since I have quickly seen that three characters would choose as “best twitters of history ”


How long would it have taken Ghandi to achieve India’s independence Benin Phone Number List if he had had a computer and a platform like Twitter at hand?

His famous phrases seem to be designed for 140 characters and his desire to achieve that “better world”, about which we talk so much on this network, give him that first place in the ranking.

Violence is the fear of the ideals of others
No one can do good in one area of ​​his life, while doing harm in another. Life is an indivisible whole
Almost everything you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it
An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind
Don’t let the sun die without your grudges having died

I know there are 12, but they would be the best CM with the same message. What better tool or means of communication than Twitter would have had the 12 apostles, to preach the ideas of Jesus and get “followers”?

I wonder who they would follow, just among themselves or maybe they would follow everyone who followed them? Would they block any Troll?

Be that as it may, I think without a doubt the apostles would have been magnificent twitter fans and perhaps their evangelization much easier.

The ten commandments perfectly match the 140 characters

You will love God above all things.
You will not take God’s name in vain.
You will sanctify the holidays.
You will honor your father and your mother.
Thou shalt not kill.
Thou shalt not commit impure acts.
You will not steal
You will not tell false testimony or lies.
You will not indulge in impure thoughts or desires.
You shall not covet.


Wouldn’t it be a luxury to have in our TL a singer-songwriter, composer, poet, performer and musician who has been seducing thousands of people for 45 years?

As he writes, as he sings, I am convinced that if I proposed it to him, Joan Manuel Serrat would be a magnificent Twitter user. He would delight us with his love poems, his phrases, his words and every day he would surprise us with his ideas (which Phone Number List we would share or not), his experiences and his affability. Sure he would have many followers, but he would also follow many people to stay in touch with reality and never lose the contact of his feet with the ground.

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