Today, we'll learn about something critical to my religion: nirvana in Buddhism.
You may be thinking of the band. However, it was only called this because its members felt it was a beautiful, peaceful thing to name themselves. That is exactly what nirvana is: beautiful and peaceful.
It is when Buddhists reach a state of no suffering or desire. Once we get here, we don't even have sense of self. This is the ultimate goal in our lives, taught by Buddha himself. Nirvana is ultimate enlightenment, achieved by determination and the Noble Eightfold Path: the eight steps toward nirvana.
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