Betty White’s Death Philosophy Uncovered After Death: “They Know The Secret”
Betty White’s personal philosophy towards death and the afterlife resurfaced in an unearthed clip, which took social media by storm shortly after her passing.
The clip was uploaded to CBS Sunday Morning’s official Twitter account as a grieving tribute to the icon’s life and legacy.
There, White took a trip down memory lane and referred to a lesson his mother had always taught him.
She began by telling the host, âMy mother had a most wonderful vision of death. “She always said, ‘Nobody knows. “
“People think they do – you can believe whatever you want to believe what’s going on at the last moment – but nobody ever knows until it happens.”
White recalled at the time, âGrowing up, every time we lost someone, she would always say, ‘Now they know the secret. “
âWhen I pontificate it sounds like that, you know, ‘Oh, well, she preaches.’ I don’t preach, but I think maybe I learned it from my animal friends.
Before concluding her interview, White even shared a bit of age-defying wisdom that she swears kept her young.
As part of his personal anti-aging philosophy, the icon admitted, âKindness and consideration from someone other than yourself, I think it makes you feel young. I really do. “