Phil Robertson has a lot to offer when it comes to life advice. Here’s what he has to say about living a Christ-centered, well-balanced life.
Phil Robertson Has It Figured Out
Phi Robertson is certainly a man of confidence. He enjoys his life in the woods and doesn’t plan on ever moving. He hasn’t even upgraded his home since making millions of dollars in the duck call and entertainment businesses. So what is it that makes Phil Robertson so content? Here he shares his secrets.
First of all, he doesn’t spend time on the internet. There have been many reports that say the internet, social media, and scrolling at random can kill your productivity, happiness, and satisfaction levels. Phil doesn’t even bother with any of those things and he’s better off for it. He said, “I’ve never figured out how the computer, the very device that was supposed to revolutionize the way we live and save us so much time… I have an idea: why don’t you grab a Bible and read, or lie there in bed and pray or meditate for a few quiet moments? Hey, news flash, folks: I promise you it’s the only quiet time you’re probably going to get in this busy, busy world.”
Secondly, he stands up for his beliefs. Having a set of core values is one thing, but being willing to back them up is another entirely. Having something you are passionate about in life will help you feel highly satisfied with your time on Earth. Phil said, “Even though we’re being scorned and mocked by the “PC police,” we have to stand up for what we believe, regardless of the consequences. It’s not about being politically correct; it’s about being biblically correct.”
He Loves Others
Phil’s final life lesson? He loves others and lives for Christ. Phil and his family try to emulate Jesus in everything they do. He said, “My message is to get human beings to love God, love their neighbor and for the life of me I just don’t see the downside of human beings not being so mean to one another and actually care for one another and not steal from one another and not murder each other for their tennis shoes. That’s the message I have.”
Do you try to follow Phil Robertson’s rules for a happy and meaningful life?