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Essay heading: A Look At BUddhism
 
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These encounters are commonly referred to as the “Four Sights”. Reportedly, Siddhartha was distressed by these sightings and sought to overcome death, old age, and disease by living the life of a monk. He escaped the palace, leaving behind his wife and infant son, to live the life of a mendicant (an ascetic who relies exclusively on charitable donations to survive)...
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For six years, Siddhartha experimented with extreme asceticism, which included fasting, holding the breath, and purposely exposing the body to pain. He soon found, however, that these practices offered no genuine spiritual benefits. (WildMind, 2000) After abandoning asceticism, Siddhartha concentrated on meditation and is said to have discovered what Buddhists refer to as the “Middle Way”, which is a path of moderation between self-indulgence and self-mortification...
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