George Clooney now realizes bachelorhood prepared him for quarantine. But he also has a new perspective after life as we know it changed.
In a time when we are probably spending far more time indoors, the people whom we choose to share our homes with can have a big impact on how our quarantine time goes. A good quarantine buddy is super helpful for staying happy, safe, and social.
Who would have thought, however, that the perfect person to quarantine with would be esteemed actor, George Clooney?
In an interview promoting his latest film, "The Midnight Sky," George Clooney now offered up his reasoning on why he thinks he would be the ideal candidate to be a survival partner on a deserted island.
Why George Clooney Now Believes He’s Prepared For Survival
In his reasoning, George cited skills like sewing and woodworking as some of the tools up his sleeve, and he stated that his many years as a broke bachelor taught him how to be scrappy, resourceful, and independent.
When George and the rest of the cast and crew of "The Midnight Sky" finished shooting and began the editing process, the world was just starting to take the Covid-19 virus seriously, and things were changing in a big way.
In order to adapt to the changing times, the editors of "The Midnight Sky" took measures throughout the movie to accentuate the feeling of not being able to physically be with one another. It’s a feeling they believed would be very relatable for those watching in quarantine.
Like many of us, the changes that quarantine brought with it gave George Clooney a new perspective on life. As he shared in this interview, George has adopted the mentality that we should live every day as if we might pass at any instant, and to suck every last bit of marrow out of life as possible.
"If you wake up one day and realize you're old, then you've probably lived a very full life."
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“My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. You are my friends if you do what I command.” John 15:12-13
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