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There’s something about Lin-Manuel Miranda that has us convinced, without ever having met him, that he is the purest, most wholesome human being on this earth. The writer and creator of Hamilton‘s prime directive seems to be to put as much love out into the world as possible so the maximum number of people can feel accepted and happy on a daily basis. Which is why, if you value joy and wholesome entertainment, you should follow this man on Twitter. Like, right now.

Oh, you want us to convince you? Okay. Well, first of all, you’re sure to start every day off with a snappy, poetic and inspiring message to get you going and make you feel like a million bucks. Some prime examples:

You just don’t find that kind of sweetness on the internet these days.

Then every night, you’ll get a little “Gnight” from someone you know cares deeply for you, even though he doesn’t even know your name.

“We will boop any monsters under the bed”? Where was Lin when we were afraid of the dark as kids? Or battling the hardships of high school? We would love to sit down and just read these “Gmorning” and “Gnight” tweets for hours. And soon the very best of them will be curated in physical form. Lin-Manuel has put together a book with some of his best morning and night tweets so you can read his encouragements (with illustrations by Jonny Sun) to your heart’s content (available October 23).

Why would you spend money on a book of tweets? Well, Lin read your mind and addressed that too.

Lin-Manuel tweets a whole lot more than twice a day though. He’s throwing premium content at you all day long. Like these little tidbits of wisdom:

And he’s always out here supporting his friends in their creative pursuits.

And of course, he’s got all the love for his wife and kids.

In conclusion, if you like joy and happiness, follow Lin-Manuel Miranda on Twitter. This has been a public service announcement.