Hakuna-matata Method

“Why are you so glum, Daryll?” dad asked.

“I don’t feel happy, because I don’t have any friends. I will never be happy.” Daryll said.

“I am worried,” Daryll said.

Why don’t you try the Hakuna-matata method, son.” dad said.

“What’s that?” Daryll asked.

“It means no worries, no troubles,” dad told him.

“Does it work?” Daryll asked.

Suddenly he feels a little bit good.

“Yeah, of course it does! It takes all your worries and troubles away,” dad told him.

“I like the sound of that!” Daryll cried happily. He is now confident that he will gain friends.

FYI:

Hakuna-matata is a Swahili Language phrase from South Africa, the meaning is “no worries, no troubles.”.

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