At the tender age of 112, Puerto Rican Emilio Flores Márquez has shared the secret to his longevity — and it’s not what you might expect.
The great-grandfather, who is a month shy of 113, was recently acknowledged as the world’s oldest living male by Guinness World Records. And the great-grandfather puts his impressive age down to the simple lesson he learned from his father as a young child: to love everyone.
“My father raised me with love, loving every one … He always told me and my siblings to do good, to share everything with others. Besides, Christ lives in me,” Márquez explained to the Guinness World Records, as reported in the Daily Mail. . .
Although he had a pacemaker fitted at the age of 101, and is suffering from hearing loss, the centenarian is in good health. With his birthday approaching on August 8, he can hopefully continue to spread this message of love to his five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and all those who have the blessing of hearing his inspiring story. (Read more from “The Beautiful Secret to a Long Life by the World’s Oldest Living Man” HERE)
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