High Schooler On Drum Line Plays Blindfolded

High Schooler On Drum Line Plays Blindfolded

In this fun video, a high schooler on the drum line plays his drum cadence blindfolded. What an impressive sight to see!


The young man who is blindfolded in the video is Kobe Miller, and it is clear to see that he has put in the time and effort necessary to perform this amazing talent. Without using his eyes, Kobe relies on his muscle memory to play all the right beats for his drum performance. Playing his drums without looking appears to be second nature to him, almost like he does it out of habit. It takes discipline and determination to get to where he is with his talent. Good for him for working hard at something he is passionate about!

Discipline is something that doesn’t just help when you are trying to master a talent, it helps in all avenues of life. When you are disciplined, you are able to form habits and practices in your life that can add value in many ways, whether it be physical, emotional, or spiritual.

Habits that can get us into the Bible and prayer daily and keep us deeply connected in the body of Christ are spiritual life-savers.

Hebrews 10:24-25
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.”

Like it says in this verse in Hebrews, it is a habit of some to neglect meeting together for corporate worship. But as followers of Jesus, we need to be connected to the body of believers and make church a priority. It may take discipline to make it regularly to service on Sundays, but soon it will become habitual and greatly add to your spiritual growth.

In what areas of your life do you need to form better habits? Just like Kobe’s impressive drum playing, all it takes is some time and discipline, and soon you will see the fruits of your hard work!