Chris Pratt’s Nine Rules for Life


At the MTV Movie & TV Awards, on Monday night, Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World actor Chris Pratt received the Generation Award. During his speech, he shared some of his wisdom with the younger audience.

Pratt said “I’m going to cut to the chase, and I am going to speak to you, the next generation. I accept the responsibility as your elder. So, listen up.” Chris followed up with a list of his nine rules for living. These rules prove that he is the ultimate good guy.

Rule #1 states that you need to breathe because if you don’t you’ll suffocate.

Rule #2 means to protect your soul and treat it carefully.

Rule #3 truly means use your talents for good and be humble. If you are strong, he says to be a protector and if you are smart to be a humble influencer. He explains how strength and knowledge are weapons if used against the weak. Which will only make you a bully and we must be more prominent than that.

Rule #4 he says that when you have to give your dog medicine to put the cure in a tiny piece of hamburger and your dog will never know they are taking their medication.

Rule #5 is telling us that it doesn’t matter what it is we need to earn it. To do a good deed and be of service by reaching out to someone in pain because it will make you feel good and will help your soul.

Rule #6 expresses his beliefs in God and how God is real and how he loves us. He believes that and wants you to do so as well.

Rule #7 explains how to help you go number two at a party without having to feel embarrassed. He tells that all you have to do is lock the door, sit down, get all the pee out of your system, then go number two, and flush. He states this because he says that your poop will be in the airless and won’t smell up the party. Trust Pratt according to him its a science.

Rule #8 tells us to learn how to pray because it is easy, and is suitable for our soul.

Rule #9 is an essential rule in which he says that nobody is perfect and how people will tell us that we are perfect which isn’t true because we are imperfect. We will always be imperfect. He says how a dominant force that designed us that way and this force loves us. He tells us that we should try to accept that and we will have the grace which is a gift. He wants us to make sure that we don’t take it for granted. “