Motifs in the path to enlightenment
Siddhartha, by Herman Hess, is an inspiring story of a Bhramin's son who finds restlessness and discomfort with the teachings of his elders. The quest for enlightenment burns within his Self. Siddhartha goes through many trials and mentors on his journey to find inner peace. Throughout the book there are three recurring motifs that support the theme of a man's passage to enlightenment. Trees, river, and celestial objects are the motifs that highlight the path to enlightenment.
When Siddhartha is near trees, it usually is a time when he feels confused or saddened. The trees symbolize c…
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