nirvana

[ nir-vah-nuh, -van-uh, ner- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nirvana

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NIRVANA

And because the Buddha had reached heaven (Nirvana), it would be useless to pray to him.

This is Nirvana, the end to which we must all strive, the only end that there can be to the trouble of the world.

They are transient things, I yearn for the Immortal state, Nirvana.

Nirvana is attained when passions are Extinct and when the heart is blessed with peace.

Earnestness is the path of immortality (Nirvana), thoughtlessness the path of death.

He is the captain the Vose line fired off the Nirvana three years ago.

And that which is sufficient unto a man is Nirvana unto him—if he but knew it.

Surely we have reached the peace and silence of Nirvana at last!

Or, indeed, any of these rather than the blank of Nirvana or the life of a vegetable?

He has entered into Nirvana, and has passed out of conscious existence.

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