Advice From the World’s Oldest Living Man–Posthumous, Ironically

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The age of the oldest living man, Chitetsu Watanabe, who just died in Japan. He said the secret to living a long life was “not to get angry and keep a smile on your face.” 

At one point in my life, if I had a smile on my face I was probably mocking someone. I am nicer now, after I committed to using my powers for the force of good. I was worried God would punish me for misunderstanding my gift with words by taking away my ability to speak, professionally known as speech aphasia. However I do still get angry, and easily. I promised you, Valued Readers to offer nothing less than cringing, even unflattering honesty. Without my snarky humor I struggle with what to do with my anger. My pastor was right when she said anger cannot be managed but must be extricated.  I want to keep telling you my stories til I’m so old people remark about my age and I’m cool with it. After all, I’m unique bc while many have lived off track lives hardly anyone has the point of view of the lifelong pariah+elite+educated+willing to share the story.

Published by Harvard Grad elite meets Honolulu backstreets

The story, full of wit and wisdom: Harvard➡Homeless➡Heroin➡Happiness. Past degradation➡present edification.

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