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Siddhartha - Western Religion Vs Eastern Religion

Summary: The western and eastern philosophies like Christianity and Buddhism revealed a parallelism with Siddhartha's enlightenment and awakening at the river. Siddhartha's philosophy and awakening coincided through the manners believers of Christianity and Buddhism are awakened by.
In Siddhartha, a young Brahmin deserted his past life with his companion Govinda, disappointing those in his path, to develop a sense of him, created by the disagreement he felt with the other philosophies of his time. After completely making his spiritual self in a somnolent state when working in the city, Siddhartha finally realizes that his intentions to reach enlightenment was not successful at all. Siddhartha returned to the river that he came to the city from. The river in Siddhartha launched Siddhartha's transformation and path toward his enlightenment. Through his process towards enlightenment, Siddhartha finally began to comprehend the concept of Om, which was the understanding of all things unified as oneness. In achieving Om with the river, Siddhartha started to become more in unity with the river and his achievement marked the end of his search for his spiritual quest and the beginning of maintaining...

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