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review Siddhartha Eine indische Dichtung 103 Lthy Indian Brahmin who casts off a life of privilege to seek spiritual fulfillment Hesse synthesizes disparate philosophies Eastern. It was the book I read it four years back And to tell the truth I did not liked it much at the time I thought this guy has written a book for western audience who are not familiar with the philosophy of karma and dharma or rather in general the basic philosophy of India who after reading it will realize something esoteric And so it seemed to me a book containing wisdom that didn t touched me And I finished it with the verdict contains wisdom but lacks depth boring at times and do not grabs your heart and is not extra ordinary in any way But over the years I ve come to understand that it is this ordinary ness that which makes this work exceptional It is the story of common man just like you and me who goes through the struggles of life He is a man who have the ualities that we all common man possess such as ambition greed possessiveness lust lying and etc And it was one day when I was pondering over the book I came to know that it was Hermann Hesse s own life that inspired him to write Siddhartha And it became clear to me why he has written the way it is written Then it dawned on me that it was all realistic happenings that the book pointed and not something esoteric Even the character Siddhartha as I came to realize was as fragile and incomplete imperfect as me or any common man Now I understand after many years that Hesse has written from the point of view of a common man not a protege like Buddha or Adi Shankaracharya And it is in this light of the struggle of a lay man that this book comes in all its glory I mean in terms of wisdom and not in terms of reading pleasure And as the time is passing by I m getting deeper and deeper into this book and understanding it betterHighly Recommended The Economics of Business Enterprise An Introduction to Economic Organisation and the Theory of the Firm Third Edition read it four years back And to tell the truth I did not liked it much at the time I thought this guy has written a book for western audience who are not familiar with the philosophy of karma and dharma or Warum macht die Nudel dumm? rather in general the basic philosophy of India who after The Rapids of a Great River reading it will Tracking Globalization realize something esoteric And so it seemed to me a book containing wisdom that didn t touched me And I finished it with the verdict contains wisdom but lacks depth boring at times and do not grabs your heart and is not extra ordinary in any way But over the years I ve come to understand that it is this ordinary ness that which makes this work exceptional It is the story of common man just like you and me who goes through the struggles of life He is a man who have the ualities that we all common man possess such as ambition greed possessiveness lust lying and etc And it was one day when I was pondering over the book I came to know that it was Hermann Hesse s own life that inspired him to write Siddhartha And it became clear to me why he has written the way it is written Then it dawned on me that it was all Fundamentals of Deep Learning realistic happenings that the book pointed and not something esoteric Even the character Siddhartha as I came to The Laughing Buddha Zen and the Comic Spirit realize was as fragile and incomplete imperfect as me or any common man Now I understand after many years that Hesse has written from the point of view of a common man not a protege like Buddha or Adi Shankaracharya And it is in this light of the struggle of a lay man that this book comes in all its glory I mean in terms of wisdom and not in terms of The Shadows Part 1 Black Dagger Brotherhood #13 reading pleasure And as the time is passing by I m getting deeper and deeper into this book and understanding it betterHighly Recommended

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review Siddhartha Eine indische Dichtung 103 Religions Jungian archetypes Western individualism into a uniue vision of life as expressed through one man's search for true meaning. Has it ever happened to you that you are standing facing a magnificent breathtaking view in solitude and a strong wind hits you in the face You try to stay still with eyes closed and then an involuntary smile comes across your face This book was like that

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review Siddhartha Eine indische Dichtung 103 Herman Hesse's classic novel has delighted inspired and influenced generations of readers writers and thinkers In this story of a wea. MY BEST BOOK OF 2017 In life we all look for meaning we all look for something to give us a purpose and in essence a reason to actually be alive Nobody wants to get to the end of their journey and realise it was all for nothing and that their days were utterly wasted So how do we find this meaning One must find the source within one s own Self one must possess it Everything else was seeking a detour an error We must find our own peace Siddhartha followed the teachings of others and it granted him very little happiness He meets Buddha or a Buddha and he realises that the only way he can achieve the same degree of serenity is to find it himself The words of the man as wise as they may be are just air they are not experience they are not one s own wisdom granted through trial So he takes his own path albeit an indirect one and finally awakens his mind into a sense of enlightenment But in order to do so he must first realise the true state of emptiness And of course to understand emptiness one must first experience temporary fullness thus he walks into the world of the everyday man He indulges in their pleasure gains possessions and takes a lover He forms attachments and begets a household of servants and wealth Through experiencimg such things he learns that they are shallow and transitory they will never create the feeling of lasting happiness within his soul so he walks out once with the full realisation that peace can only come from one place himself I have had to experience so much stupidity so many vices so much error so much nausea disillusionment and sorrow just in order to become a child again and begin anew I had to experience despair I had to sink to the greatest mental depths to thoughts of suicide in order to experience grace He experiences oneness with his own thoughts with everyone else and anything that resides in nature he becomes enlightened though only through returning from the darkest of times Suffering exists suffering will always exist and it is how we deal with this suffering that defines us it is how we pick ourselves up afterwards not letting it ruin our lives and those around us that makes us stronger In this Hesse capture something extremely difficult to put into words which is something the novel freuently recognises How does one accurately define these vague concepts of belief He doesn t So we rely on allegories to teach us these ideals to make us understand that happiness is not euitable with materialism and to make us realise that seeking something too ardently may mean we miss it altogether Seeking the meaning of life is not the answer living life the life of peace and compassion is Siddhartha follows the vibrations of his soul the sound of the river and it takes him exactly where he needs to go As a student of Buddhism as a struggling practitioner I found this book extremely helpful It cuts through all the rhetoric the arguments and debates and gets to the very heart of the matter itself This is a book I will carry with me through life this is a book that has so much wisdom to impart and now the third book to truly impact me individuallyFacebook Twitter Insta Academia