Ed Mosberg is a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor from Krakow, Poland. He was the only person in his family to survive the concentration camps in Płaszów and Mauthausen. He's now giving advice to the younger generations on how he kept positive his whole life. It's definitely a lesson worth listening to because he has been able to be a positive force in life even after suffering so many hardships at such a young age.
In an interview with Business Insider, Mosberg revealed what kept him going for so long after enduring such a tremendous loss. It's truly inspiring.
And his suggestions were profoundly simple, so much so that they seemed easy. Not so easy, is his determination to follow those steps day in, day out. The dedication he had to making sure he was living his best life is definitely something we can all admire.
Some of his biggest advice? Not overeating and making sure to work out, every single morning. There are tons of scientific claims that prove Mosberg's statements, especially when it comes to eating less and having a longer life as a result. It's often one of the easy routines to follow too. It doesn't even have to be something crazy intense, just a slow jog or a few pushups is enough to jump start your body into being more healthy. Once you get the rhythm going -- it starts to come naturally.
Mosberg also stressed the importance of standing by your loved ones, friends, and family, and spending as much time as possible with them. He also abides by the age old motto: "Happy wife, happy life."
People on Twitter were smitten with Mosberg's story.
And others are cheering him on, hoping he hits his goal of 100-years-young.
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