Jane Fonda may be 84 years old, but her energy and zest for life are truly remarkable. Despite her non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis, she continues to work as an actress and advocate for important causes. In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jane reflected on the end of her life and the importance of celebrities championing causes that are dear to her heart.

Jane is acutely aware that she doesn’t have much time left, and she hopes that other high-profile figures will step up and make a difference. As she puts it, “I’m not going to be around for much longer.” While it’s not common to hear celebrities openly acknowledge their mortality, Jane believes in being realistic.

At her age, she knows that she has more time behind her than ahead. But she is not afraid. In fact, she’s ready for what comes next. She feels grateful for the life she’s had and is at peace with the idea of death.

Despite this awareness, Jane is not simply waiting for her time to come. She remains active, striving to make the most of the time she has left. Exercise is a key part of her routine, although she acknowledges that she has had to adjust her approach as she’s gotten older.

The mantra she lives by now is “slow and steady.” She emphasizes the importance of staying flexible and building strength, even if it means using lighter weights.

Looking forward, Jane has much to be excited about. Her upcoming birthday celebration in December will be a family affair, with her daughter, grandchildren, and son joining her for a quiet gathering. It’s clear that she cherishes her loved ones and values time spent together.

While we may wish for Jane Fonda to stay with us forever, there’s something refreshing and inspiring about her candidness regarding death. By embracing the reality of her mortality, she reminds us all to make the most of our own lives. After accomplishing so much, her realistic attitude toward the end is truly admirable.