the eternal bliss the soul experiences when it escapes from the cycle of death and rebirth.
The goal of Buddhism is Nirvana.
Enlightenment is the goal of Buddhists. With enlightenment comes Nirvana, the peace of mind that occurs when greed, anger, jealousy, and delusion have been extinguished.
a point where your soul feels no pain and never need to reincarante to man to endure man's suffering on earth.
Nirvana which is a release from reincarnation and is there ultimate goal
Nirvana is a state of being that is free from suffering. That doesn't mean that you become a stone, impervious to all emotions. it means that you live life fully awake and not tormented by your desires and perceptions.
Buddhism's final goal was to achieve nirvana, or union with the universe and release from the cycle of rebirth (SMILE IT MAKES U LOOK BETTER)
It is called Nirvana. Reincarnation is stopped after that.
This depends on the school Buddhism. Llke Christians there are different approaches to the ultimate goal. The two main Buddhist schools are Mahayana and Theravada:Mahayana: Seeks enlightenment but the individual aims not to enter Nirvana until all beings are enlightened. This requires the return of the enlightened ones to the cycle of death and rebirth.Theravada: Seeks enlihjtenment and entry to a stare of Nirvana for the individual upon death after enlightenment.
Nirvana is not a active being and does not "help" a Buddhist as the Christians "god" or "Jesus" is supposed to help them. Nirvana is a condition of aware selflessness that is a destination condition after enlightenment. The only help is that an awareness of Nirvana would be a sense of goal towards which a Buddhist might direct his ambitions.
The goal of Buddhism is nibbana (nirvana), the cessation of suffering. Truth is never specifically defined as the goal. Truthful speech, however, is defined as an essential part of the way to the goal.