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I am not satisfied with their teachings
Throughout his life, Siddhartha was shielded from the horrors of the world. Yet one day, he confronted an old man, a sick man, and a corpse. He then saw a religious man whose countenance was full of bliss and serenity
Recalling the religious man, Siddhartha left his home to find a means to end all suffering. Over the next six years, he practiced extreme asceticism with several teachers, but was not satisfied.
the end of suffering could not be achieved by indulging in or by abstaining from earthly pleasures. A middle path is necessary!
He sat down beneath a Bodhi tree and began to contemplate how neither extreme pleasure nor extreme pain relieved human suffering. Soon, Siddhartha entered a deep meditative state and obtained nirvana.
Having reached enlightenment, the man known as Siddhartha was no more. He was now the Buddha, a title that means "Awakened One."
During his older years, Buddha tried everything that is painful or disagreeable and fasting. One day he realized something and became an example to the monks
For the next 50 years, the Buddha traveled around Northern India spreading the insights he had gained from his enlightenment.
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