Is this a grammatically correct sentence?

"Honesty does not negate kindness" or "Honesty doesn't negate kindness"

I want to get a tattoo of this but I am worried that is not actually grammatically correct. Is it a double negative, etc? Is there a better way to phrase this sentence?

I don't want to end with a #tattoofail and something I have to look at for the rest of my life!

Get Paid to Play Golf!!

Couldn't make the PGA Tour if your life depended on it?nnNow it doesn't matter, you can still make a living playing golf. You don't have to be the best. You don't even have to win to get paid!nnLots of people are currently making a handsome living

I often remind myself of this because I had been insensitive to others in the past for the sake of truth, but I have found that you can be truthful and kind in the same sentence, all that matters is the way you phrase your words.

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