Siddhartha Essay | Siddhartha

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Siddhartha

Summary: Explains Siddhartha Guatama (Buddha) and his journey to find Self.
"You are clever, O Samana," said the Illustrious One, "you know how to speak cleverly, my friend. Be on your guard against too much cleverness" (page 35). This quote was made from the great Gotama to young Siddhartha. This paper will explain in which ways Siddhartha is clever and within his cleverness, his other great characteristics. Such as his independence, his love, how wise he is and how he used them to find Self.

"With your permission, Father, I have come to tell you that I wish to leave your house tomorrow and join the ascetics. I wish to become a Samana. I trust my father will not object" (page 10). Standing for more then 10 hours to receive an answer, Siddhartha had already begun his road to independence. He and his friend, Govinda, went to join the Samanas where they learned to fast, wait and think. These were their only survival...

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