‘I have so little time left!’ Jane Fonda, 76, reveals she can’t stop crying as she comes to terms with her own mortality

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Daily Mail: She may not look anywhere near her 76 years (plastic surgery is great for that) but Jane Fonda says she is well aware of her age.

The Hollywood legend – who has made her career in an industry which isn’t exactly kind to aging actresses – admits she has been brought to tears on more than one occasion recently as she comes to terms with her own mortality.

In a thoughtful blog post entitled ‘Crying’, which has since been removed, Jane wrote: ‘[I’ve been thinking], how come my tears are so close to the surface? And I’ve come to feel it has to do with age. I have become so wonderfully, terribly aware of time, of how little of it I have left; how much of it is behind me, and everything becomes so precious (sic).’

Despite Jane worrying about her mortality, she believes getting older has its advantages, namely allowing her to appreciate the beauty in the world.

She said: ‘With age, I am able to appreciate the beauty in small things more than when I was younger perhaps because I pay attention more.’

‘I feel myself becoming part of everything. I seem to be super sensitive to people’s joy and pain. I ache for unwanted children in the world, for polars bears, and elephants, and Monarch butterflies, and dolphins, gorillas and chimpanzees (sic).’

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Most recently Jane found herself becoming emotional at her friend Kerry Washington’s baby shower on Sunday. She wrote: ‘Today I was at Kerry Washington’s baby shower. She’s 7 months pregnant and looking radiant.

‘It was a wonderful party with guests  being asked to go into a photo booth and take 6 different poses that  were then mounted on a black paper where we could write a message;  signing a diaper (I wrote “I hope everything comes out alright!”),  putting signed thumb prints onto a drawing of a tree – I had no idea  there could be so many nice ways to commemorate the up-coming event and  leave loving memories for mom and baby.

‘I hadn’t seen Kerry since she was pregnant and as soon as I saw her with her gorgeous belly I starting crying.

‘Then Kerry’s mother spoke, giving words of wisdom to Kerry and the rest of us about how to raise a baby to be a happy, fully realized, person. I started crying again (and it wasn’t  because I wanted to go back and do my own raising of my own kids all  over again with more wisdom, though that did press in on me) . . . it  was because her words moved me (sic).

‘I’ve listed sad things but what startles me even more is how I get emotional about nice things, like Kerry Washington’s belly and her mother’s words of wisdom and Elizabeth Lesser telling me about the new book she’s writing. Maybe because I’m older my heart is wider open, like a net that wants to catch all the things that matter (sic).’

The thrice-married prolific blogger, who has three children, also joked she is becoming so weepy these days that she can ‘only wear waterproof mascara from now on’.

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Excuse me if I have no empathy for this traitor. Too bad she cares more about polar bears, elephants and butterflies than she did about our soldiers.


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0 responses to “‘I have so little time left!’ Jane Fonda, 76, reveals she can’t stop crying as she comes to terms with her own mortality

  1. Heh. She is coming face to face with her own mortality and she is in fear. She knows that her end is near and her sins give her fear for where she will spend eternity. I too am nearing my end, a Hospice patient with bare months left. I am calm and happy to be going home to God. I continue to be involved with my Church, volunteer groups and with my neighbors. By accepting Christ’s sacrifice for my sins and following His teachings I know with calm assurance where I will spend eternity. I will pray she achieves self awareness and accepts Christ into her life.

    • Ditto.

      Dear RMN:

      Thank you for reblogging so many of FOTM’s posts. Until this comment of yours, I had no idea you’re in a hospice. Tears….

      God bless you and may St. Michael the Archangel be with you.

      • Thank you so much for your kind words and prayers. As a God-fearing man, who is redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb, I know where I shall spend eternity! If God grants me an improvement in health I shall restart reblogging your excellent posts!
        God bless you Dr. Eowyn!

    • I had no idea what you are facing, either. You will be in my prayers, too. And your advice to pray for Jane is excellent. May this crisis in Jane’s life draw her to her knees at the foot of the cross, and open the door to forgiveness and eternal life.

      • Thank you for your prayers. That Jane may come to eternal life as a disciple of Jesus our Lord and Savior is my fervent wish and daily prayer. We are admonished by Jesus to pray for the lost of this world and the reconciliation of all sinners.

        • RMN, Your faith and courage is inspiring. Thank you for helping us fight the battle. You are definitely in my prayers.
          You’re in good hands with Hospice. My Mom had need earlier this year, and I came to find out what a great group of people they are.
          May God Bless you.

    • Spot on in your analysis of Hanoi Jane.

      It sounds like you are very active despite your condition. You are in my prayers.

    • Dear Richard, I shall pray for you before Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament today, before we sing the Divine Mercy Chaplet. May you continue to have the peace of Jesus, which no one else can give! Thank you also for your many thoughtful comments.

    • RMN, you are a true patriot!

  2. There is a long line of Vets out there, their families and friends, who will not miss her.

  3. Hopefully her tears are a sign of God convicting her and hopefully she will respond properly and be redeemed.

  4. She sounds like the typical narcissist to me. Everything is about herself. She does an amazing job of squeezing out crocodile tears. What about all the “real tears” and “screams” she caused to our men in the POW camps by chumming it up with the enemies? What she feels is for herself. Maybe she and Hillary can get together and have a cry fest and bring Nancy Pilosi along for comic relief. I hope it is a case of her trying to grow a conscience. When she kicks the bucket, maybe her family will bury her in Vietnam. Leeann

    • Don’t forget that lovely pic on the cover of Time Magazine back in ’69 or so when ” Hanoi Jane ” rode that anti-aircraft weapon to orgasmic pleasure . She had a smile on her face not even a mortician could wipe off ! I have no pity for that TRAITOR !

    • Yeah, boo-hoo. She want some cheese with her whine?

  5. The pro-choice abort Fonda also cares more about polar bears, elephants and butterflies than she does about the unborn.

  6. This is In no disrespect for our blogger…. I remember reading a few years back some homosexuals that were dying of AIDS that were in a hospice. The one things they were worried about? Their looks…. I remember feeling so sad when I read that….. I hope Ms. Fonda finds peace as God wants all his children.

  7. Thank you DCG for this interesting post. I would hope she would cry and ask forgiveness for her sins first and foremost.

  8. I feel no sympathy for her or for what she has done. She is a commie douchetard traitor and yes, she has had it so rough.

    I have escaped death four times in 61 years, one car accident, two very close calls with venomous snakes and a reaction to antibiotic that had me almost gone, in fact i was almost DOA with seconds to spare at the ER. This does not include other events that I do not count in the above. I look to the attitude of RMNixon(Deceased) for inspiration and knowing where he gets everything from, how he is handling it all and how is he is looking forward to what we all face one day has deeply touched me. I have lost too many friends in recent years and this comes with life as we age.

    Though I dislike her immensely, I pray every day for her salvation and to come to accept and know Christ. Thanks for the great post.

  9. My heart bleeds.

    Wassa matta, you stinking commie puke traitor?

    Not looking forward to hanging out in Hell with Uncle Ho?

    Tough sh*t.


  10. R.M. Nixon….peace be with you. Thank you for sharing something that is hard to share aloud, written, finite..

    As to Jane, BOO-HOO. She has to do the spiritual work that you have done. I hope she does it. I hate the sin and love the sinner, but it doesn’t alter that, to embrace the peace of God, she has much work to do, much study, much thinking, much forgiving of herself and others, before she can find peace and embrace her future.

  11. Dennis H Bennett

    Jane is as self-centered as they come. Maybe she could try to sit with some friends of ours whose 23 year old daughter just lost her to suicide. I’m hoping the tears are real and the beginning of true repentance. Otherwise, its just another “selfie”.

  12. I think Jane’s hormones are whacked out. Hence all the weepiness. (The other side, the DOWNHILL side, of the “change of life” — sorry fellas, TMI — can sometimes feel like Terminal PMS, lol).

    The only thing I could relate to were these words of hers, “…I’ve come to feel it has to do with age. I have become so wonderfully, terribly aware of time, of how little of it I have left; how much of it is behind me…” That also hit me like a ton of bricks about this time last year at the death of a beloved relative (also of cancer! so sorry RMN!), the ONLY other one in the big family, in our age group/she was only 58, who was “awake” & an interested reader of things pertaining to what is going on in the world. She could SEE it. She BELIEVED it, unlike all the rest. What a heartbreaking loss! Then EXACTLY a week later a friend I always referred to as my “2nd mother” died. She was ONLY 72! That is only about a dozen years from where I sit. And the thoughts, like Jane’s, began to flood in ever since: THERE IS SO LITTLE TIME! :-/ As PatriotUSA said, & evidently I need to get used to this quick: “I have lost too many friends in recent years and this comes with life as we age.”

    Back to Jane, I could have sworn I had seen her on one of the Christian-TV channels some years ago giving her Christian salvation testimony. All I remembered about her story was that she said at the time she was still married to Ted Turner, & due to the fact that he was such a rabid God-hater (ever since he was a little kid, she said, because Ted’s sister died when they were both kids & Ted had hated God ever since), that Jane said she DARED NOT MENTION her newfound interest in God to Ted. She had said she felt too “new” at it, too “vulnerable” as she was just then finding her way, & no way could she dare trust him with her heart’s thoughts & desires about God as they were blossoming at that time. That’s about the gist of how I remembered the conversation.

    So I just now went looking on google. Hmmm. Too bad! Seems she may have come CLOSE to getting saved (God really could have been “drawing her to Himself” – John 6:44) BUT by her own words on her site, she diverted at the “forked road” because…

    –She couldn’t handle THE BIBLE (Bible study was too dry, too lifeless, etc.);
    –The Christians were too concerned with DOCTRINE (umm, very important, Jane!);
    –She didn’t like it that Christians thought she should say/believe Christ “died for our sins” (she didn’t like THOSE EXACT WORDS which, umm, I hate to have to tell you this, Jane, but those words are THE GOSPEL – 1st Cor. 15:1-4);
    –She didn’t like thinking of Christ “AS A MAN”!;
    –NOR could her evidently-Feminist-heart stomach the PATRIARCHAL “fundamentalist system” of the Bible, etc. etc.

    So then she moved on to the GNOSTICS! Ugh! She has totally fallen for MYSTICISM & belief in “EXPERIENCES” (read: FEELINGS) rather than the Lord Jesus Christ as He has REVEALED Himself IN SCRIPTURE which He left for us so we COULD KNOW Him; & the Holy Spirit CONTINUES to work THROUGH the Word.

    I couldn’t read it all. What it boils down to is Jane is just your garden variety “New Age’r.” Her “faith” page here: https://janefonda.com/about-my-faith/

    And this, “The pro-xxx-abort Fonda also cares more about polar bears, elephants and butterflies than she does about the unborn.” Yes, Jane who “…worship[s] and serve[s] the creature more than the Creator…” (Romans 1:25) was a tell-tale sign in the original article at top!

  13. A couple of months before the movie came out “The Butler” with Hanoi Jane in it; she was wearing a t-shirt commemorating her anti-American stand in Vietnam. The shirt she was wearing, depicted her throwing the power sign on it , posed with the enemy. That does not sound like a repentant person to me. She flippantly, still told the veterans, to “get over it”. She was being sarcastic to the millions of veterans and their families that boycotted the film, myself among them. Her dad must have been horribly ashamed of her. Her tears are like her, shallow. Leeann

  14. Interesting that Fonda mentions Monarch butterflies, the symbol of MKUltra mind control programming.

    • Perhaps she was programmed to go to Hanoi……..wouldn’t that be a kicker. You know she really DID step out of her comfort zone at the height of her career. Just reread the part where she mentions monarch butterflies……it almost sounds to me like a plug.

  15. If Jesus can forgive each and every one of our sins, he can forgive hers, too, if she has repented.


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