March 23, 2020

--WORDS OF THE WEEK--
Let's support and encourage friends who
are making a fresh start at a new
school, a new job or a new residence.
Remember, "Fortune comes from one's heart
and makes one worthy of respect."(*)
Let's hold our heads high and advance
on our mission along the path of
blossoming cherry trees.

(*)"New Year's Gosho," WND I, p. 1137
[Note: Japan is famous for its cherry trees that bloom magnificently throughout the country in spring.]

Tentative translation of "Words of the Week" published in the Seikyo Shimbun, based on President Ikeda's recent guidance.

--今週の言葉--
進学・就職・転居など
新出発の友に励ましを!
「さいわいは心より
いでて我をかざる」
胸張り使命の桜道へ!
[御書p.1492]

--KONSHU NO KOTOBA--
SHINGAKU, SHUSHOKU, TENKYO NADO
SHIN SHUPPATSU NO
TOMO NI HAGEMASHI O!
"SAIWAI WA KOKORO YORI
IDE TE WARE O KAZARU"
MUNE HARI SHIMEI NO SAKURAMICHI E!

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