After 105 Years, Kailua Women reveals Secret For Happy Life

People tend to find happy life by making the outer looks more appealing and appraising, winning an argument, earning lots of money, sex, food, gamble, shopping, excessive use of alcohol and other drugs, and various materialistic possessions. You become happy, but these kinds of happiness don’t last long. The long-lasting and true happiness comes from our inner-self because you become what you think. So, to be truly happy, you need to follow the seven things.

But her is a woman who has led a life for 105 Years and keep things simple and easy to lead a happy life.

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Source: khon2.com

A Kailua woman says it’s simple: “Treat everyone equally and never say anything bad about people.”

When asked what her secret to a long life was, the 105-year-old replied with a chuckle, “Oh, shut my mouth and stay out of trouble.”

Beatrice Wong was born on March 17, 1913, on Hawaii Island. Her father died when she was only three years old, and their mother raised she and her three siblings.

Here are some pictures of POPO with her happy family:

They grew up on the mountain, carry wood, carry water every day, go to the well and get the water out. They work hard and small in time.

In 1936, she married Henry Wong, and together they raised four children. Henry died 42 years ago, and like her mom, Beatrice never remarried.

Beautiful picture of Wong with her husband Henry:

In 1936, she married Henry Wong, and together they raised four children. Henry died 42 years ago, and like her mom, Beatrice never remarried.

The woman referred lovingly to as ‘Popo’.

Wong has 13 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.

Her son, Larry Wong said “Five generations, and she’s the one that’s held everybody together,”.

Former President Barack Obama sent her a congratulatory memo for her 100th birthday celebration, and we featured her on Wake Up 2day when she celebrated her 103rd birthday.

Recently, she celebrated her 105th birthday, always smiling, always looking to make people laugh.

Families differ in various ways, but each one has its definition of a happy home and family. So, what makes a happy family?

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