DQ 1 week 4 Buddha - , ,ithadalreadybeen...

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Siddhartha was born into a life of privilege, before he was born it was  already established that he was a special person, it had already been  established for him that he had reached his goal before being placed in  the real world to find his way or prove his ability's. His fathers hiding the  four stages may have hindered Siddhartha not giving him an  appreciation for what life is and why things happen.  He did not  understand or have any concept of working for the finer things in life, he  didn't know how to function in his spiritual world or why the practices  and beliefs his family and cultured followed were in place or for what  purpose. He was a brave man to step outside of his wealth and life of privilege in  order to seek understanding. Was it curiosity for why he decided to step  out and find  his own self realization, or did he see what was going on 
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course AAIT Ethics125/ taught by Professor Pearlman during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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DQ 1 week 4 Buddha - , ,ithadalreadybeen...

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