Facing death and fighting for his life Chris Cuomo realized what he was doing for a living was a waste of time and life. Being the anchor of CNN’s highest-rated prime-time show and making millions a dollar a year does not mean anything to Chris after facing is own mortality. Chris had his epiphany while being quarantined in his basement fighting the coronavirus.
In an interview on SiriusXM Chris said, “I don’t want to spend my time doing things that I don’t think are valuable enough to me personally.” He said, “I don’t like what I do professionally,” “I don’t think it’s worth my time.” Cuomo also went on to insinuate that he wants to be able to get into fights with other men but is not allowed to be a man when he is challenged by another man because he works for CNN. Or, at least, that is how I took what he said.
I don’t think Chris is the only one who is reassessing their lives after this pandemic, I think many are. Humanity itself should have an introspective declaration of sorts watching how the Earth is healing itself while we stay indoors and don’t interact with it. Air quality has improved precipitously while we stay indoors and who knows what else is out there healing in our absence.
I think part of it might be that Chris sits in his basement sick watching his brother run the state of New York and live out a more meaningful life of service. Chris said he has made millions of dollars and has saved it and that he doesn’t need money anymore. Being in that position, Chris looks for more meaning in his life. Maybe he’ll turn to a life of service of some sort, there are many ways to serve. All I know is there is no honor working for CNN, none whatsoever. That’s how I feel and it looks like Chris is starting to apperceive that as well.