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‘Happiest Man on Earth,’ 101, shares his wisdom

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Eddie Jaku, a 101-year-old Auschwitz survivor known as “The Happiest Man on Earth,” talks to NBC’s Harry Smith about the secrets of living a life with kindness and gratitude. “People, society should not forget what happened,” he says, adding he hates “no one, not even the Germans.” Among his advice: “Friendship is priceless.”