Jennifer Aniston posts ‘a lifetime isn’t that long’ after Matthew Perry’s death: ‘Time goes by fast’

Jennifer Aniston isn’t taking anything for granted this holiday season.

The “Friends” alum, 54, posted an inspirational message on Christmas Day, two months after the death of her longtime friend and co-star

Matthew Perry.

“Have you ever sat with yourself and thought about the concept of life? Time goes by FAST,” the reshared message read on Monday. “You don’t get that back. Please go live. Love hard. Let go of fear. Love yourself. Love the people around you.”

“Appreciate the hardships,” the passage continued. “Trust YOUR process. Feed your faith and never forget to FEEL. A lifetime isn’t that long.”

The “Fools Rush In” actor died at his California home on Oct. 28. He was 54. Aniston was joined by her fellow “Friends” cast members — Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc — when Perry was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Church of the Hills in LA on Nov. 3.

Aniston opened up about his death in an interview with Variety, which was published earlier this month.

“I was literally texting with him that morning, funny Matty,” she said through tears. “He was not in pain. He wasn’t struggling. He was happy.”

“He was healthy,” the “Morning Show” actress recalled. “He had quit smoking. He was getting in shape. He was happy — that’s all I know.”