In life we all have secrets, our little lies, promises and lots and lots of emotional phases.
Sometimes, all we need is someone to guide us through the rough times, the bumpy roads
and the constant pain we may go through. Life’s not easy, and we all get to learn it the
hard way. Sometimes, even the most painful things are worth the pain and suffering.
I have lived over the years on to discover that nothing lasts forever, people leave, and that’s
the circle of life. Somewhere a new life evolves and another reaches its end. Like nirvana all over again.
What is nirvana? its a mixture of beliefs, a blend of religions but mostly, its just a word to describe
life in the most perfect way. Some say nirvana is the state of being free from suffering. Is it really?
The word literally means “blown out” (as in a candle) and refers, in the Buddhist context, to the
imperturbable stillness of mind after the fires of greed, hatred, and delusion have been finally
extinguished. From the Buddhist point of view, and here i quote a quotation from GAUTAMA BUDDHA:
“Where there is nothing; where naught is grasped, there is the Isle of No-Beyond. Nirvāṇa do I call it-the utter extinction of aging and dying.”
Nirvana is rebirth, being born again, in another time frame, the circle of life as it revolves around.
one after another, it says:
Like a flame that has been blown out by a strong wind goes to rest and cannot be defined, just so the sage who is freed from name and body goes to rest and cannot be defined.
Every religion has a different perception to rebirth and the afterlife. But in all, it is there, to find the pathway
to another world. End the suffering… I call it, NIRVANA.