How does Siddhartha's memory of his father reflect the Buddist view of life?

From a world history lesson,"Connecting History and Literature" Hermann Hesse,siddhartha.

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He sees in the Brahmins only a vast of outer learning but the inner core, the experience of enlightenment that is missing. Enlightenment happens when the reality of the identity of Atman and Brahman, the individual and the universal, is experienced at every moment each day.