Nirvana In Buddhism

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Nirvana, in Buddhism, refers to a state or place in which there is no sorrow, self-centeredness, or desire. In other words, it is a state or place of total contentment. Many people have a place in which they are completely content. Some enjoy the beach because they love hearing the relaxing sounds of waves crashing against the land. Others enjoy their bedrooms because they appreciate having time to be alone. At some point in each person’s life, he finds a place of serenity and happiness. Personally, I have yet to find a place of complete satisfaction. There are many places in which I find a sense of contentment, but I have never experienced a place in which I am perfectly happy. As a child, I adored being surrounded by my family and friends;
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