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In this scene, Prince Siddhartha's mother is having a dream about a white elephant that paced around and then struck her.
In this scene, Prince Siddhartha's mother gave birth to Siddhartha in a garden. Some say, when Siddhartha's mother gave birth to him there was a rain of flowers.
"I am the leader of the world and the guide to the world.
In this scene, Prince Siddhartha is enjoying his luxury life that his father gave him so he would become king. But he always thought about what is life like outside of palace walls. He always sat under a specific rose tree and thought about this question and soon at the age of 16 he got married and at the age of 29 gave birth to a child.
In this scene, Prince Siddhartha's father let him go out to town because he was now a father himself. On his very first trip, he saw a weak old man, a sick man, and a dead body. These were the 3 forms of suffering, but he met a enlightened man.
In this scene, he questions the enlightened man about how he can stay so calm when there's so much suffering around him. He replied with "“To be free of suffering, one must give up the desires, pleasures, and comforts of the world. I find peace by helping others find peace.” Siddhartha was interested, so he became an ascetic like him. He met others just like him and soon he ditched his social status.
In this scene, he continues to be an ascetic but he didn't find true enlightenment, so he gave up on his life and decided to look for a middle path between rich and poor. He found it and started to meditate under a Bodhi tree and then he finally found enlightenment.
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