Why Buddah did not give a definition of Nirvana?Enlightment of Self. After you disconnet from World & Desire What remains in you Except soul?

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In buddism there is no concept of soul or God,but Nirvana,a higher state of mind  enlightment or awakenning of  soul or self. All constitute a spiritual existence over nothingness.Nirvana cannot be nihilistic experinece of nothingness but pure consciousness of mind. I simply think buddah touched and tested presence of soul,but was not able to explain because his thoughts about  religion was like moderntime Atheist God does not exist.Every human has a  soul that represent God.

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You are seating on a chair that appear to be attached on a ground, you are totaly disconnected from the chair or ground this seperation give you a singular identity,you are neither attached or detached, you are you,ONE. A buddist monk disconnect himself from worldly desire and touch his own soul of bliss a state of pure oneness neither dettached or attached, he is in a state  of nirvana,enlightment.

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