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Mothers dream Her dream was she was carried high over The Himalaya to a silver mountain and set on a silver couch. A priest expained the what the dream means. You are carrying a child who who will be a great man
The queen gave birth to Prince Siddhartha in a garden. Stories say after the prince birth, a soft, warm rain heavily on the baby and the motheers
The king decided to protect his son from all the world . He raised the prince in a perfect world of wealth and beauty.. He provided Siddhartha with only the finest gardens, houses , education, and food. Servants took care of princes every needs, from washing his clothes to playing music for his asument.
After Siddhartha became a father himself, the king gave him more freedom to travel outside the royal palace. According to Buddhist tradition, during his journeys, the prince discover three forms of suffering. On the first he saw someone dieing of age. On his second trip he saw guy that was sick. On his thrid trip he saw a group of people hardly walking.
Prince Siddhartha's experiences with suffering transformed him. Suddenly, his royal life seemed empty. He wanted to find the happiness and peace that the ascetic had found. Siddhartha decided to give up his old life and search for enlighment.At the edge of the dark woods, Siddhartha removed his royal robes , sandals, and jewels, He cut it off with a knife. He put on a simple robe and carried only a small bowl of alms, or gifts food.Siddhartha met otherastecs as he wander the forests and feilds. Like him, they wanted to understand the nature of the world. They believed that theycould reach enlighment through mediation.
Siddhartha had learned that giving up boldily pleasures did not bring enlightment . He decided to find a balence between the extremes of pleasure and pain. He would be neither a prince nor an astic. Instead , he would seek midde way as a path to enlightment.
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