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Nirvana in Buddhism is the state of liberation from suffering, desires, and the cycle of rebirth. It represents perfect peace and enlightenment achieved by letting go of attachments and understanding reality.

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Hey guys, after a long time I've come back again with a phenomenal concept of "Reincarnation" and will continue the beyonder series bringing interesting topics for you. In our upcoming topics we'll briefly discuss reincarnation even deeper. So stay tuned with me and hopefully you'll like it. Remember that "We are all connected, through our souls, and we are all on a journey to enlightenment". Peace 🕊️

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