A 128-year-old man, Swami Sivananda, was born on August 8, 1892, consistent with his passport.
Swami Sivananda is now applying to Guinness World Records to verify his claims.
Reports have it that India’s passport authorities have confirmed Swami Sivananda’s age.
He reveals his key to life, and he said he has never in his life roll in the hay a lady and don’t eat fancy food.
The 128-year-old said, “I lead an easy and disciplined life. I eat very simply, only boiled food without oil or spices, rice, and boiled daal”.
Sivananda said, “I avoid taking milk or fruits because i feel these are fancy foods. In my childhood, I slept many days on an empty stomach”. Swami said.
The long man to life within the world said: “Discipline is that the most vital thing in life. One can conquer anything with Discipline in food habits, exercise, and se.xual desires.”
Swami said he was born into a poor background; his parent died when he was at six; he was born in colonial-era India without electricity, telephones, or car.
The 128-year-old man reveals that one of the most critical gains in life is to regulate your needs.
According to him, “Control over your needs is the biggest gain in life. I even have lived for, therefore, long because material things don’t make me happy.”
There you’ve got it, the key to living long.