April 18, 2011

Life tips, by man who lived to 114

The world's oldest man has died at the age of 114. Walter Breuning's earliest memories were from 111 years ago when he was three, of his grandfather's tales of the American civil war. He revealed his rules for a long life shortly before dying in Montana. They are: embrace change; eat two meals a day; work as long as you can; help others, and don't fear death "because you're born to die". He was the world's second-oldest person. Besse Cooper of Georgia was born 26 days earlier. SOURCE: This is London

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