Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Haaretz writes about Franz Kafka's last living friend Alice Herz-Sommer who talks about the man who created The Metamorphosis. (Via). An adaptation of Metamorphosis from the early works of filmmaker Carlos Atanes. Alice Herz-Sommer is 106 years olds and her secret to a long life is "In a word: optimism. I look at the good. When you are relaxed, your body is always relaxed. When you are pessimistic, your body behaves in an unnatural way. It is up to us whether we look at the good or the bad. When you are nice to others, they are nice to you. When you give, you receive."

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