Lion King Rafiki Quotes – 10 Wise Quotes

lion king rafiki quotes

Rafiki is hands down my favorite character in The Lion King. He is a silly little baboon who has dropped many snippets of wisdom throughout the life of the movie series.

After finishing the trilogy last week, I just knew I had to compose a list of his best quotes. I hope the crazy monkey inspires you in one way or another… and remember, “Hakuna Matata”.


Rafiki Lion King Quotes

1.

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Oh yes, the past can hurt, but you can either run from it, or learn from it.

Rafiki – The Lion King

2.

Asante sana Squash banana, Wiwi nugu mimi apana.

Rafiki – The Lion King

3.

It doesn’t matter. It’s in the past.

Rafiki – The Lion King

4.

Any story worth telling is worth telling twice.

Rafiki – The Lion King

5.

Look beyond what you see.

Rafiki – The Lion King

6.

You seek Hakuna Matata. It means “no worries”.

Rafiki – The Lion King

7.

The question is, who… are you?

Rafiki – The Lion King

8.

Go to a special place in your heart called… Upendi!

Rafiki – The Lion King

9.

It’s the circle of life, and it moves us all through despair and hope, through faith and love.

Rafiki – The Lion King

10.

Oh Mufasa, you’ve been up there too long! Your head is in the clouds!

Rafiki – The Lion King

Photo by: Edward Russell

*Which one of these “Lion King Rafiki Quotes” did you like best? Do you know of any other good quotes from The Lion King that I left out? Please let me know in the comments!

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Comments

  1. I love the 1st quotes: “Oh yes, the past can hurt, but you can either run from it, or learn from it.”
    One can either continuously suffer the pain of memorizing the past, or learn from it and move on in life. Never settle for the past, as we’re living in the present. Now is the most important moment in our life.

  2. At this momentt I am ready too do my breakfast, later than having my breakfasst coming
    agaun to read more news.

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