The?four sights?are four things described in the legendary account of?Gautama Buddha’s life which led to his realization of the impermanence and ultimate dissatisfactoriness of conditioned existence. According to this legend, before these encounters Siddhartha Gautama had been confined to his palace by his father, who feared that he would become an?ascetic?if he came into contact with sufferings of life according to a prediction. However, on his first venture out of the palace with his charioteer?Channa, he observed four sights: an old man, a sick man, a corpse and an ascetic. These observations affected him deeply and made him realize the sufferings of all beings, and compelled him to begin his spiritual journey as a wandering ascetic, which eventually led to his enlightenment.
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