The Question and Answer section for Siddhartha is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Siddhartha notices the beauty and rhythms of nature that he had never noticed before. He discovers the stillness of being with the wind and the water.
Siddhartha's goal is to become empty and let the Self die. He forfeits all his property and money. He gives up all matters of the flesh (sex) and relies on charity of others to eat.
Siddhartha realizes that Samsara or worldly desires only brings him suffering. While he enjoys a feast for the senses previously unknown to him, he loses sight of himself, his inner voice drowned out by the din of stimulation which Siddhartha...