It means no worries
For those of you who need to catch up on your Disney, this is the symbol of the famous Hakuna Matata philosophy. While most of us are familiar with the phrase from the beloved Disney classic The Lion King (the philosophy according to which Timon and Pumbaa live), the phrase wasn’t invented by Disney, but it comes from East Africa.
As the animated film shows, the phrase translates to “no worries” or “no troubles.” Brought to international recognition thanks to Disney, the phrase is truly a positive philosophy to live by. As the Disney song goes, “it means no worries for the rest of your days, it’s a problem-free philosophy.” This girl and her father have the symbol of “hakuna matata” inked on their legs, to remind them to have no worries and keep a positive attitude!