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Unformatted text preview: is takes the Middle Path as to escape the two extremes. He moves toward the Eightfold Path. On this path he is trying to find the eight ways of righteousness. While being on this path he is tries to gain insight, wisdom, calmness, knowledge which leads to the enlightenment and finally the release of limitations of existence and rebirth. As he moves along this path he realizes that the life of suffering goes in circles with the thirst for pleasure, thirst for existence, and a thirst for prosperity. While on this path, learning about this circle, he comes to the conclusion that he would not want to be born again into this world of continuous suffering....
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- Spring '07