Life is awsome and for my 29th birthday I want to see the outside world.
Siddhartha, every one suffers and dies.
Hey what is that man doing?
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I am meditating to escape my suffering.
If everyone I know will die then what's the point of living at all?
Siddhartha's father was told a prophecy that said if Siddhartha left the palace that he would be a religious leader, but if he was sheltered In the palace that he would become a great emperor.
My family, I must leave and find an escape from suffering.
Once Siddhartha turned 29, he asked his father to see the outside world. His father, thinking he sheltered his son enough allowed his son to go outside.
MY mind is too distracted
Siddhartha never knew about suffering, but he knew he had to find an escape from suffering.
Siddhartha told his family that he had to leave and find an escape from suffering.
Siddhartha joined a group of monks to find an escape, but his mind was to distracted from depriving himself of food.
Finally, after meditating under a tree for 49 days, Siddhartha finally became the awakened one and found enlightenment.