Three centenarians were asked the secret of their longevity. With simple grace and wisdom they give us an insight into the optimism and humor that sustain them. as they each share what is most important to them. They exemplify the value of listening to and learning from the lessons of one's own life as they remind us to "keep right on to the end of the road".


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  • E Collaton

    When you're hitting a milestone (60), you have a choice either to celebrate what you've achieved, or ruminate on past failures. Their advice is sage: show people respect, be independent but ask for help when you need it, and keep on keeping on. Wonderful and grounding. Thank you.

  • Gail A. Masters

    Their sweetness. So wonderful to hear words from people who have lived so long.

  • Patricia Hardy

    Be respectful to all others. In other words, "Be kind." Try to do whatever you really want to do.

  • merlyne Borrison

    What inspired you about this video? Never give up

  • Beverly Huckaba

    This was absolutely beautiful - thank you dear friend Sandi for sharing it with me! I loved it and will share it too!

  • Cedar

    This is precious. Very precious. In so many important ways. Thank you.

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