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Many years ago back in the BC time period of life there lived philosophers who dreamed of the worlds perfect society and ways of how the control of state should be controlled and run These philosophers had many different opinions and objectives for many various ways of life The philosophy that was most striking and stood out the most was the one Buddha had invented he had thought and examined the emotions of unhappiness from desires many of the rules and ways to go by that he thought of are used in todays society The rules in my family and house are some of what he thought of and went by The ways of Buddha are what keeps families in line The many that do not follow his ideas and ways are punished severely The philosopher that is most strikingly wrong is Shi Huangdi Both of these men were of the Asian decent but their ideas were far from being similar to one anothers First of all Buddha was a noble being from the day he was conceived he was born to be a king like figure He had been told that he was to stay in the barrier of the castle and that if he were to leave he was not to be the king like figure He then left from the town many times and witnessed the real world going around He had noticed many things he hadnt seen before He then realized that unhappiness was or is caused by excessive self-indulgence and fathomed desires He has the four noble truths and when accomplishing these you are going to have to use the Eight-Fold path In many ways the theories he had decided on were agreeable and were boldly understood by all the distinct eras that the world went through Many people are obtained by this problem and they become hooked on getting something better An example being those that live in the
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