Adapting To The Changes

I still really enjoy golf. I used to play other sports when I was younger and my knees (and other joints) could take the rigors of sprinting and jumping.

I now do the low impact activities and sports like bowling, swimming, and golf. I’m not very good at it but golf has become my favorite.

Sports are like playing a musical instrument in lots of ways. And to be successful or “good” at either requires “Hand-Eye Coordination” and “Mind-Body Control.” 🏌🏽‍♂️🎵🎶

The objectivity of both music and sports is proven in the results. The musicians and athletes who practice to refine their skills are inherently successful.

The adversities inherent with living can impact our minds, bodies, and spirits. And these are the times when the objective things built into our lives like music and sports can also help us heal our emotional wounds and even grow stronger.

Music, although it is often used to express emotions and opinions, in and of itself – music is what it is. You can either do it or you can’t do it. With either of those conditions not being permanent but based upon whether you practice or not.

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens:” Ecclesiastes‬ ‭3‬:‭1‬ ‭NIV‬‬


PHOTO by Corinna Gray Photography (2023)

Christopher and Terri (Anderson) Burnett established their branch of The Burnett Family in March of 1979 in Copenhagen, Denmark. They are professional musicians, educators, and entrepreneurs based in the Kansas City Metropolitan area.