Social Studies Buddhas storyboard

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  • Your son will live a happy life. 
  • I hope my son will become king!
  • Our son shall have a great life.
  • He shall live just like us.
  • Here we are, The Four Passing's 
  • What is rebirth?
  • Siddhartha, a Hindu prince of Nepal was born in 563 BC. Siddhartha's farther meets with a fortune teller who predicts Siddhartha will be a king or religious  ruler. Of course his dad wants Siddhartha to be king. 
  • Now lets talk about rebirth 
  • Siddhartha grew up in life of luxury without experience of pain or sadness. Even when Siddhartha left the palace the guards made sure to clear the sick or poor from the streets. Eventually he married and had a son, he had everything a person could want.  
  • Uammm uammm
  • When Siddhartha was about 29 years old, he rode out of the palace without any guards. He later came upon the four passing's. The four passing's showed him many things such as he saw an old man leaning on the sick, saw a man shrunken by disease, saw a man who had died, and he saw a wondering holy man. 
  • I finally know my purpose of being here. 
  • Siddhartha lived on the food the strangers placed in his begging bowl. Siddhartha began studding with all the Hindu gurus. But Siddhartha's next step was to join a band of religious ascetics who wore itchy clothes and ate less. 
  • Siddhartha sat under a tree that was later known as the Bodhi tree. Siddhartha sat at the tree for 49 days and was visited by Mara, the god of desire and death. Finally, Siddhartha went deeper into meditation and escaped the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth so he finally achieved enlightenment. 
  • Although, Siddhartha traveled around the world learning the different ways of Hindu religion, he knows the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. He also went through the four passing where he saw other horrifying sights that mad him realize that being king is nothing and learning more about Hindus. Lastly, Siddartha finally found out his purpose in life which is to awaken the world and to be true to nature. 
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