While Twitter can be a fun place to voice out anything and everything that’s on your mind, sometimes, it can get kind of… noisy. With different opinions and debates occurring, the noise can get a bit hectic. With so much of the noise that occurs on Twitter, it might be worth following some accounts that give you a moment’s peace.
Pope Francis’ Twitter account might just be one of those desired peaceful profiles. Pope Francis might be one of the most wholesome Twitter users out there. With his humble manner and adorable being, it’s hard not to love him.
More than speaking only of religion, Pope Francis uses his Twitter account to talk about other important things like care for the environment, peace, and mercy.
During this year’s season of creation, he reminded us to create concrete commitments to take care of our shared home. It is only through commitment and action that we can begin to heal our beloved planet.
May this year's theme, “Listen to the voice of creation”, foster a concrete commitment in each person to take care of our common home. Prey to our consumerist excesses, our sister, mother earth, weeps and implores us to put an end to our abuses and destruction. #SeasonOfCreation
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) September 1, 2022
With all the heartbreaking conflict we’ve been seeing recently, Pope Francis calls for a tenderness revolution with the elderly taking the lead.
We elderly people often have a special sensitivity for care, reflection, and affection. We are, or we can become, teachers of tenderness. In this world accustomed to war, we need a true revolution of tenderness. #IDOP
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) October 1, 2022
He also reminds us that peace is made with more than just fame.
Peace is not often achieved by famous people, but by the daily determination of ordinary men and women.
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) August 25, 2022
Pope Francis also illustrates the immense power of mercy.
Mercy is the experience of feeling welcomed, put back on our feet, strengthened, healed, encouraged. To be forgiven is to experience here and now that which comes closest to being resurrected.
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) August 28, 2022
And don’t forget the selfless and all encapsulating nature of love.
Love goes beyond usefulness, convenience or duty; love generates wonder, it inspires creative, freely-given zeal.
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) August 16, 2022
This is just a taste. Why not sprinkle your timeline with these profound and positive tweets to create some breaks from the noise. Hopefully these tweets might brighten your day a bit, may you feel loved and experience wonderment this week!
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