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Siddharthas life is full of interesting He lives like 3 different people He has got 3 different lifestyle throughout his life First part of his life he lived with his family like his father mother friend and his society Second part of his life he lived with Samanas and Buddha Third part of his life he lived with Kamala Children live theirs first part of life with theirs family as well as Siddhartha He still child when he lived with his family at that time he wants to follows his father Brahmin He is thirsty for knowledge His philosophy of life is learning more and more As the book states There was happiness in his fathers heart because of his son who was intelligent and thirsty for knowledge2 His father his environment is happy to Siddhartha because he gave happiness to and delights to everybody When he starts to grow up as well as his philosophy of life starts to change He wants to different type of lifestyle The religious men follow the teachings and practices but they have not yet experienced the true self Siddhartha shows some impatience with this He wants feel the experience of the self He does not want to wait forever like his father and other religious men As the books states Siddhartha had begun to feel the seeds of discontent within him He had begun to feel that the love of his father and mother and also love of his friend Govinda would not always make him happy3 His second part of life is his living with Samanas He must exactly change here because Samanas life styles are exactly different from his first part of life He must forget all of his characteristics For example hem must become empty for thirst desire dreams pleasure and sorrow He was thirsty for knowledge in his first part of life but he must forget everything His philosophy of lives exactly change
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