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Siddhartha and Gandhi Siddhartha and Gandhi never met each other never met the same people they were in different time period from each other but they are alike in many ways This essay is going to explain how Siddhartha and Gandhis accomplishments and teaching affect the world You will see that two men from different times and that have never met are alike yet different Siddhartha was a Brahmins son who had a lot going for him with riches and health He saw the Samanas one-day and decided that he should join them He knew that he had to ask his father first which he did I wish to become a Samana I trust my father will not object He left the next day on his path to Nirvana Nirvana is not only a word my friend it is a thought Through his life he went through many changes and lessons He learned love gambling and not caring He changed his life style with the people that he met and the type of things that he was doing at the time Such as when he met Kamala he changed appearance so that she would talk to him By the end of all his learning and teaching he reached goal pure peace Anything that you said or did would be another lesson to him not trouble or anything in that matter another teaching He is what we call Buddha the enlightened one Siddhartha was the founder of a religion that has 324000000 followers worldwide this religion is called Buddhism Gandhi started out the same way as Siddhartha He was a lawyer that was moving to South Africa On his way to South Africa he got his first lesson that would start his path to freedom Gandhi was on a train heading to South Africa in first class but was thrown off because he was a colored man and at that they thought that he
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