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S iddhartha By : Ilyasah Brown-bush Review
The 4 noble truths I.The first noble truth is life has suffering II.The second noble truth is that the crave for suffering that can never be satisfied III.The third noble truth is the truth to ending suffering IV.The fourth noble truth is Middle path or the Noble eightfold path
Brahmin Son I.Siddhartha is a young man who has an enviable life, However he is still unsatisfied with oneself. Siddhartha decides to go on his own journey to find himself. II.Siddhartha is accompanied by his best friend Govinda who admires him.
I.With the Samana's Siddhartha realizes that his journey may not be as easy as it seems. Siddhartha learns a lot from the Samana's such as escapes are only for a second and that one must confront the problem.Siddhartha also learns that he can not reach enlighten just as well as they have not reached enlightenment. Siddhartha ends up leaving with Govinda.
With the Buddha I.Siddhartha and Govinda hears about the Buddha or the enlighten one. The Buddha has reached enlightenment,so Siddhartha realizes that what may work for one person may not work for another. Eventually Siddhartha and his best friend Govinda split and Siddhartha recites The Buddha has robbed me from my best friend.
Samara A.Siddhartha is morose that Govinda is gone. However that does not stop Siddhartha from not achieving his journey yet and still it make him push harder.
River The river is a significance part.The river represents life journey itself.Life has a beginning middle and end.Siddhartha realizes that his journey just begun and Siddhartha hears the words Om. This is a metaphoric terms for bird how they can be set free into the sky.
Vasudeva Vasudeva is unlike the Buddha,he listens people problem without saying the answer. This is where he learns that time does not exists for no one.Siddhartha is one his way to finding himself.
Kamala Siddhartha meets a young lady named Kamala. Siddhartha learns a lot that such as love can not be forced,and that it must act upon naturally.Siddhartha also learns about the material world as well.
Ferryman Siddhartha meets the Ferryman named Vasudeva.While working with Vasudeva,Siddhartha learns the importance of the river. Siddhartha also learns the act of smiling and tha a smile can not be forced a smile must come naturally.Kamala eventually dies but Siddhartha says “he cannot be said because he is blessed with a son”.
S on Siddhartha and his son are clashing.Siddhartha thinks his son a spoiled little guy.Siddhartha is showing disrespect by saying bring your own twigs while talking to his farther.Siddhartha own son decides to do what Siddhartha did when he was nineteen leave and go on his own journey. However it trouble him it burn a wound deeply in his soul as Siddhartha recites.
OmOm Om throughout the chapter helps Siddhartha. Siddhartha has to let his son go which is hard for a farther to let him go.Siddhartha must recall as what his farther did to him let him go into finding his own path. Vasudeva eventually leaves Siddhartha and leaves him and his soul has gone to unity and at this point enlightenment is reached
Govinda Siddhartha has reached enlightenment.Govinda his best friend comes back and Siddhartha give him some wisdom about why he has not reached enlightenment.However knowledge can be taught but wisdom cannot.Siddhartha and Govinda eventually stay together and they both live happily ever after and they have reached enlightenment.
Return Siddhartha body will go into unity Siddhartha finds what he is looking for in search for his true identity Siddhartha is at peace with oneself Siddhartha has reached enlightenment