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Is Kosen Rufu novel author Lynette Yetter coming to Your Town?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lynette Yetter Sep 17, 2010. 2 Replies

What people are saying about Lynette Yetter's Kosen Rufu novel, "Lucy Plays Panpipes for Peace" -"If you know someone with an itch to ditch it all and immerse themselves in another world, get them…Continue

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About Me (tell us a little bit about yourself):
When I started practicing in 1985 in San Francisco, California, my seniors in faith taught me to develop a stand-alone spirit, seek to connect with our mentor Daisaku Ikeda, and to dream big.
Based on my faith, practice and study with the SGI, I am following my big dreams to contribute to kosen rufu through my music, movies, books and art.
I followed the sound of the panpipes to the Andes, seeking to find or create the ideal society of which they sing. In Peru and Bolivia I play panpipes with indigenous guys and spread the Andean cosmovision, as it is in harmony with Nichiren Daishonin, through my art. Most recently, my novel was published - Lucy Plays Panpipes for Peace. Right now I am working on the audio book and the movie, Panpipes for Peace.
We each have a mission to show great actual proof of doing our human revolution and living our dreams.
And you? What are your dreams? :)
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Reflections on life, death, Daisaku Ikeda, sports, hookahs and the eternal sea

Posted on April 21, 2010 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

(This blog was selected for "Books Highlights" and "Editor's Pick" on

Revered experimental fiction author Italo Calvino is new to me, although he has been writing and winning honors since long before I was born. "Mr. Palomar" is one of his landmark novels. What's it about?

In one chapter, the protagonist goes to the beach; not to watch the waves, but to completely isolate and analyze — dissect almost, with his intellect — a single wave. The task he has set… Continue

SF Commune and human revolution

Posted on April 12, 2010 at 6:30am 0 Comments

When I received my gohonzon in 1985, I was living in a communal house. It provided great opportunities for human revolution and seeing actual proof. One of my first benefits was that all the negative housemates moved out, the positive ones stayed, and the new housemates brought even more joy and growing experiences. Here is a snapshot of this egalitarian community (which I find so much in harmony with the egalitarian teachings of Nichiren).

This article was first published on… Continue

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At 1:25pm on February 19, 2013, william funk said…

At 12:24pm on December 27, 2011, Frankie T said…

New is the year, new are the hopes and aspirations,

New is the resolution,

New are the spirits and forever my warm wishes are for you.

Have a promising and fulfilling new year.



A Happy New Year 2012.ppt

At 12:24pm on September 27, 2010, FIORELLA NAIMOLI said…
i,m in facebook ......naimoli fiorella
At 7:01pm on September 20, 2010, Stephen Lim said…
Thank you very much Lynette, for Kosen rufu the world must become friends. Our Mentor and disciple hall is the 5th and will be completed by next month, hope more will be build around the world. Wishing you a life of total victory and strive with the spirit of our mentor for kosen rufu. Best regards and forever sensei.....
At 2:18pm on September 20, 2010, Elizabeth Abugoch said…
At 1:18am on September 18, 2010, yaayuen Lau (yaya) said…
thanks for adding me as your friend~~
At 12:51pm on September 16, 2010, Margie McKinney said…
Hi Lynette, looking forward to knowing you. Thank you for friend request.
At 12:08am on September 16, 2010, Marian said…
Hi Lynette,

Thank you for adding me as your friend. I think it is great you are following your dreams! Great example for all of us to think and dream BIG and know we can make it happen!
At 7:32pm on September 15, 2010, Jean Tang said…
Hi Lynette! I am so glad to be your friend. You are a woman of substance. :)
At 1:55pm on September 15, 2010, Marilyn G. Elkin said…
It would be great to collaborate! We already do in a sense-Daimoku-wise. :-) Won't be at FNCC.
Have visited FNCC when last in Fla (really nice) but live in Montreal, Canada. We have a similar beautiful place outside of Toronto in the Caledon hills. Have been able to go several times.
I'll check ur website soon. You can hear me at Use IE rather than firefox and click on the Shokwave version please. Must fix my site! Lovely to almost sorta meetcha. Mar

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