179-Year-Old Indian Reveals the Secret Of His Psychological Trick Of "Immortality"

When you see the delicate Murasi wrapped in his blanket, you would never believe that his frail body hides a phenomenal secret: the former shoemaker from India is with his incredible 179 years officially the oldest man in the world.


Murasi was born in 1835 — according to records of the time — during the British colonial era. Two centuries and seven generations later, he has outlived his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. That's the tragic downside of "immortality." "Death simply forgot me," said Murasi. "Since a long time I have no more hope to sometime be allowed to die. I think I'm immortal." Murasi makes no secret of the reason for his unbelievable longevity: "My trick is to surrender to everything that happens." 
Not everyone wants to live forever, but this trick can be helpful to anyone that is trying to make the best of the short time that we have on this Earth. Regardless of whether or not Murasi really is as old as people claim, the wisdom of his words cannot be denied. Regardless of whether or not you live for almost two centuries, this is a great psychological tip!
If peace and tranquility are really the ingredients for immortality, we can learn a lot from Murasi. But in all seriousness: who wants to live forever?
source and courtesy: psychologischefakten.net

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