A Quote from the Lion King, “Hakuna Matata”

“Hakuna Matata”

I absolutely love this song.  It makes me feel as, Tony the tiger would say, great.

According to Wikkepida, “Hakuna Matata” is a Swahili phrase; roughly translated, it means “no worries”. It is formed by the words Hakuna meaning, “there is not here” and Matata meaning “plural form of problem.”

The peppy music they play while singing the song “Hakuna Matata” will cause you to get all pepped up and excited.

Go ahead and get up and dance to the tune.

The catchy tune set the stage for a group of animals talking and singing to each other about the great place they live in.


I don’t think it’s possible to be this happy every hour and every day of your life.


This is where the word dichotomy comes into play.  It means according to  Merriam-Webster dichotomy is a division into two especially mutually exclusive or contradictory groups or entities the dichotomy between theory and practice; also: the process or practice of making such a division dichotomy of the population into two opposed classes.

Much simpler it means the opposite.


Our world is made up of opposites.  We have the north and south polls.  Men and women are a great example of opposites. Night and day, left and right, need I go on?

When you feel down, it will pass.

So when you feel down, know that it is a normal part of life.   This to will pass and your spirits will once again lift.


Have a wonderful no worry day.  Keith K Wilhelm

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