*I first heard this song during my kindergarten days, in The Lion King movie, the first animated movie that made me enjoy and cry at the same time, eventhought I didn’t understand a single words from their dialogues (since English is not my spoken language, and I mastered it during my secondary school).
The song taught us to be positive, no matter what happen. It’s not about running away from problems, but to face it like a mature person. We must to stay positive and optimistic, and realize every problem have it’s own unique way to solve it, hence we only have to look for it. Sometimes, solving a problem is just a matter of time, the longer the time we need to solve it, the better the result will be.
*Hakuna matata was a passing Swahili phrase that is literally translated as “There are no worries.” It is sometimes translated as “no worries”, although is more commonly used similarly to the American English phrase “no problem”. It has been made famous by The Lion King.*