Nina Dalle
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daimokus needed please

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France, Paris, 75004
About Me (tell us a little bit about yourself):
SGI member in since 9 years, I live in Paris France. I am so happy I have found this website. My practice has improved immensely in only a few weeks. I wanted to thank you all very much for your help & support.
Why do you desire to join Pls answer fully. DO NOT leave blank
To do my humain revolution and spred Kozen Rufu
What are your expectations from joining this site?
to communicate with other memebers worldwide
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If one believes in this Object of Worship and chants Daimoku there is no prayer that will go unanswered, no sin that will go uneradicated, no fortune that will fail to come and no truth that will fail to become evident. Even a tarnished mirror will shine like a jewel if it is polished.

In "On Attaining Buddhahood" the Daishonin also teaches us the importance of chanting Daimoku every day by saying

Even a tarnished mirror will shine like a jewel if it is polished. A mind which at present is clouded by illusions originating from the innate darkness of life is like a tarnished mirror, but once it is polished it will become clear, reflecting the enlightenment of immutable truth. Arouse deep faith and polish your mirror night and day. How should you polish it? Only by chanting Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo.

Difficulties and adversities enable us to eradicate all the slanders of the Law that we have committed in the past. By believing in the power of the Mystic Law we can realise the principle of changing poison into medicine. Great difficulties are challenges which foster faith and create commitment to this profound practice.

On the Buddha's Behaviour The Daishonin says;
With deep commitment, anything is possible with this practice and all obstacles in terms of illness, unhappiness, adversity, and material and emotional difficulties can be overcome as remarkable changes occur in a person`s life enhancing and empowering that person with the Law.

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At 3:51am on February 3, 2012, Frankie T said…

At 4:35am on December 28, 2011, Frankie T said…

Chere Nina,

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 6:37pm on August 13, 2011, Teresa Chai said…

Wow! what a bevy of beauties! Like mother like daughter and such sweet smile.

Also, thanks for sharing the wonderful experience of your daughter. It is such an encouraging one.

At 2:08am on August 6, 2011, Teh Ban Nah said…

Please do update us your condition of your daughter,still chating for her.

At 4:20am on December 30, 2010, Bob Mann said…
Dear Nina, wishing a Happy New Year for you and yours.  Let's make 2011 the best year ever.  Best always and please take care....
At 11:20pm on September 18, 2010, Frankie T said…
Bonjour Nina,

At 7:37am on August 4, 2010, Raman Arora said…
pls chant 4 me not well
At 7:37am on August 4, 2010, Raman Arora said…
u so cute in b& w pic.
At 11:59am on February 2, 2010, Frankie T said…
Hi Nina,

The Value Of A Smile
by Author Unknown

A smile cost nothing, but gives much.

It enriches those who receive,
without making poorer those who give.
It takes but a moment,
but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever.

None is so rich or mighty that he can get along without it,
and none is so poor but that he can be made rich by it.

A smile creates happiness in the home,
fosters good will in business,
and is the countersign of friendship.
It brings rest to the weary,
cheer to the discouraged,
sunshine to the sad,
and is nature's best antidote for trouble.

Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed, or stolen,
for it is something that is of no value to anyone
until it is given away.

Some people are too tired to give you a smile.
Give them one of yours,
as none needs a smile so much as he who has no more to give.

At 4:59am on December 18, 2009, Norman said…
Hi Nina,

For your question concerning New Years Gongyo in New york ...

Re: hi

"Hey Norman, Great to hear from you. Yes have them contact the NYC 212-727-7715. The New Years Eve Gongyo 7:00 PM schedule is pending and New Years Day on Friday is 10:00 AM, 1:00PM, and 3:00 PM instead of the first Sunday of the New Year. The address is 7 E. 15th Street between Union Square @ 14th, and 5th Ave.

Have fun while you are there

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