Arnold Schwarzenegger considers the idea of heaven to be just a “fantasy”.
The 75-year-old ‘Terminator’ star opened up about his thoughts on what happens after death after 78-year-old actor Danny DeVito asked, “What’s in store for us in the future?”
“It reminds me of Howard Stern’s question. “Tell me, Governor, what happens to us when we die?” I didn’t say anything. You are 6 feet underground. “Anyone who tells you otherwise is an outright liar,” Schwarzenegger said in one Interview for Interview Magazine.
“I said, ‘We don’t know what happens to the soul and all these spiritual things, which I’m not an expert in, but I know we’ll never see each other again in the body the way we see each other now.’ The.'”
The “Predator” star admitted that he’s uncomfortable talking about death.
“When people say, ‘I’ll see her in heaven,’ that sounds so good, but the reality is that after we die, we won’t see each other again. That’s the sad part. I know people are comfortable with death, but I’m not,” he said.
The former California governor said he’s lost about 15 friends from his days as a bodybuilder over the past two decades and said the tragic news forced him to change the way he viewed life after death.
“For me, heaven is the place to put someone I love very much, who is kind and generous, who has changed my life and the lives of others,” he said.
“I keep them in a place in my head, like the front row where all your friends are sitting. And it always gives you a good feeling when you think about them.”
Elsewhere, the actor recently revealed the shocking moment he “broke the heart of his ex-wife Maria Shriver” when he revealed he was the father of their housekeeper Mildred Baena’s son, Joseph.
“She wants to know if you are Joseph’s father,” the counselor said of Joseph, who was born in 1997.
“I thought my heart stopped,” said the former movie star. “And then I told the truth. yes mary “Joseph is my son,” Schwarzenegger replied, noting that his then-wife was “obviously devastated about it.”