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There was once a prince who got everything he wanted. He had a good life as his father gave him everything he wanted or ever needed. He did this because he didn't want his child to leave the palace otherwise he would see death and illness...
One day he was curious so he went out into the city without letting his father know. He saw a sick man, a beggar, a homeless man and and old man. He was scared and frightened because he had never seen anyone or anything like this!
He then left his palace and his family and went out into the forest to find enlightenment.
For six years Siddhartha and his followers lived in silence and never left the forest. For drink they had a drop of rain; for food they had a grain of rice. They were trying to master suffering by making their minds so strong they would forget about their bodies.
Then one day, Siddhartha heard an old musician on a passing boat speaking to his pupil about his lute: "If you tighten the string too much, it will snap, and if you leave it to slack, it wont play.
Suddenly, Siddhartha realised that these simple words held the great truth, and that in all these years he had been following the wrong path!
By Lucy Dixon 8T
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