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Hakuna Matata

An address by John Hall, a member of the congregation - recorded on Sunday,18th August, 2019 in the Unitarian Meeting House in Adelaide.
Just days after returning from Africa, John shares his observations about the natural wonders of the vast "game reserves" and wildlife Parks and the animals to be found there. He also suggests that we can also learn from the attitudes of Africans in times of trial and challenge and other unexpected events that life inevitably brings - captured by the Swahili phrase "Hakuna Matata", and made famous in the film - The Lion King. Roughly translated - it means "no trouble" or "no problems".

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