In the East
the most famous
b-jivatmoi' walkabout
ever to pursue this path was
Siddhartha Gautama Buddha
Prince of the Sakya clan

In the West
the most famous
db-jivat' walkabout
ever to pursue such a path
was probably Martin Luther
Prince of the Protestant Clan

Gautama upon leaving his wife
- his substitute step (m)Other

the favoured Other of his
own d-littling {f}Other - and
son in 6th century BC
in his
b-jivatmoi' Adultescent

state of having fell into
the company
of five Hindu
ascetics to pass through and
emerge from a temporary
solipsistic state of
into that of
disapproval and

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