Early Symptoms Of Buddha (Siddhartha)

 Early Symptoms Of Buddha





1. When he used to go to his father's farm and when there was no work for him, he went to a lonely place and tried to practiced meditation

 2. While doing all that was necessary for his intellectual development, the Kshatriya education required by the Kshatriya was not ignored.

 3. Because in the course of mental development our child was taking care not to make the mistake of neglecting the development of his maturity.

 4. Siddhartha was kind. He did not like that man should be persecuted.

 5. He once went to his father's farm with some of his friends. There he saw laborer working on plowing, raising bunds, cutting trees, scanty little cloth under a hot burning sun.

6. When he saw that scene, he was very slow.

 7. He said to his friends, Is it right for one man to abuse another? How can it be right for a laborer to work hard and to earn his living by the labor of his labor?

 8. Don't know what to answer to his friends. Because they believed in the philosophy of the old tradition. According to him, the birth of a laborer is only to serve his master and to serve his master is the solemn obligation of his life.

 9. Shakya people used to celebrate a festival called Vipramangal. It was celebrated by the villagers on the day of sowing of paddy. According to the practice of the Shakya people, on this day each Shakya was forced to plow in his own land.

 10. Siddhartha always followed this custom. He used to plow himself.

 11. Although he was a scholar, he never despised physical labor.

 12. He was born in the Kshatriya clan and was educated in archery and other sciences; But he did not like to hurt another.

 13. He was not ready to join the hunters' circle. His friends used to say to him, Do you fear tigers! And he answered and said, I know not: You are not going to kill a tiger, but to kill innocents, such as deer and rabbits.

14. Diagnosis Come to see how much your friends are shooting at you. His friends begged him.Siddhartha even denied such an invitation and said, "I don't like watching innocent animals being killed."

 15. This instinct of Siddhartha made Prajapati Gautami nervous.

 16. Arguing with him says, You forget that you are a Kshatriya. Fighting is your religion. The skill of a hunter is gained in the way of the hunter. Because the hunter receives accurate shooting training. Hunting is one of the areas of Kshatriya's wartime education.

 17. Siddhartha always asked Gautami, but mother, why does Kshatriya have to fight? And Gautami replied, As it is his religion!

 18. Gautama was not satisfied with her reply. He asked Gautami, tell me, how can killing a man become a religion of man?

 19. But mothers, if all Kshatriyas love each other, will they not be able to protect their kingdoms without violence? Gautami got down on this.

20. He tries to persuade his friends to sit down with him and teach them how to sit in the proper seat. He can teach them to concentrate on a subject. He preached to them about choosing to meditate on such thoughts as happiness, my happiness, happiness, and happiness of all beings.

 21. But his friends didn't care about this. They were laughing at him.

22. They close their eyes; But they could not concentrate on the subject of meditation. On the contrary, hunting was often a prey to hunters or to eat sweet treats.

23. His father and mother did not like this meditation. They feel that it is against the power of the Kshatriya's life.

 24. Siddhartha believed that focusing on the right subject was enhancing the affection of human  beings all over the world. Assuring this, he says, when we think of animals, we begin with discrimination and inequality. We separate our friends from our enemies. We treat our pets differently than humans. We love friends and pets and hate enemies and predatory animals.

25. These distinctions must be crossed, and we can only do so when our thinking goes beyond the limits of practicing life. Such was his thinking.

 26. His childhood was covered with supreme love.

 27. Once he gone to his father's farm. Sitting under a tree at rest, he was enjoying the peace and beauty of nature. Meanwhile, a bird fell from the sky.

28. The fan had an arrow and it was rooted in his body. So the bird was injured and smitten.

 29. He proceeded to save the bird. He pulled the arrows in his limbs. He dressed his wounds and gave him water to drink. He picked up the bird and wrapped it in his northern garment. and held him in his heart to give him warmth.

30. To Siddhartha wondering who might have killed this innocent bird? Shortly thereafter, his cousin, Devadatta, came to hunter life. He told Siddhartha that we had shot an arrow at a bird flying in the sky. The bird was injured and must have fallen somewhere, after flying some distance .Have you seen it? He asked Siddhartha.

 31. Siddhartha said 'yes' and he showed the bird that was healed from the wound.

 32. Devadatta demands that you bring my bird to me. But Siddhartha rejected it, so there was a heated dispute between the two.

 33. The angel said, I am the owner of this bird. Because according to the hunter's rules, the hunter is the owner of the hunt. "


34. Siddhartha invalidated the authority of this rule. He said, Whoever protects, gets the right to own  it. How can anyone who wants to take another's life become his master?


35. No one is ready to back down in this debate. The question was eventually taken to arbitration. Arbitrator decided that Siddhartha Gautama's approach was correct.


36. Thus, Devdutt became a permanent enemy of Siddhartha; But Siddhartha Gautama's instinct was so passionate that he preferred to save the life of an innocent bird than to please his cousin.


37. Such were the manifestations of Siddhartha Gautama's childhood. 


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