There is a very interesting verse in Proverbs 31 about which I had taken note until it came up in a talk recently.
In describing a woman of valour, there is this line in verse 25 which says:
“Strength and dignity are her clothing,
and she laughs at the time to come.”
Other translations say that the woman laughs: at tomorrow; at the coming day; at the future; etc.
In a Jewish translation of this verse, it says:
“Strength and beauty are her raiment, and she laughs at the last day.”
The commentary by Rashi offers that “at the last day” suggests “On the day of her death, she departs with a good name.