In Chapter 4, the author writes that the founder of “Buddhism had a single founder,” Siddartha Gautama, who “discovered and shared with others a path to liberation from the cycle of rebirth that is appropriately called ‘the Middle Way.” Whatever their differences, all ‘Buddhists’ join in honoring this man. Gautama was born into wealth, but gave it all up so that he could discover spiritual enlightenment. Do you think that it is impossible for the rich to be truly religious? If your answer is yes, or no, explain and give examples supporting your findings. Can the rich man be just as spiritually fulfilled as the poor man, if yes, why do you come to this conclusion, and if no, why do you draw this conclusion?

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