Recently, Disney re-released the movie, “The Lion King,” a classic favorite for practically any child born after 1994. This movie has to be one of my all-time favorites and you can draw so many analogies from this movie concerning life. One in particular that I find relevant is the song, “Hakuna Matata;” this song is coined from the Swahili phrase which means “there are no worries.”
In class, we just finished reading the book, “The Anxiety Cure.” In this book, Hart discusses how overstressed lives pave the way to anxiety, and that anxiety and worry are serious risks for one’s overall well-being. Hart claims that we all have anxiety to some degree, and it is important to have some anxiety so that we are motivated to accomplish tasks. However, sometimes anxiety gets out of hand and can cause mental, emotional, and biological damage.