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What is success in life? Who are the truly successful? There are famous and powerful people who become pitiful figures in their old age. There are people who die alone, feeling empty and desolate inside. Just what is success? The English thinker Walter Pater (1839-94) wrote: "To burn always with this hard, gemlike flame, to maintain this ecstasy, is success in life." The person who lives life fully, glowing with life's energy, is the person who lives a successful…Continue
Now is the time I stand up
As a bodhisattva of the earth I vow to fight alongside President Ikeda my mentor in life to bring happiness to all living beings.
To propogate the beneficial medicine of the mystic law establishing the correct teaching for peace of the land.
This is my vow
"GOD", IS REALITY!
"Agarazo Exagarazo Apolotrosus Hilastorion Heliasmos Dekaoo Aparthatus"
Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo is Correct and Profound.
Allah "GOD", is REALITY!
Outside Japan, I heard most of the news of the Great East Japan Earthquake is Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. I think people consist of our society, and it is important to know the situation of local people. Human being is not machine.
Most of Japanese people think Prime Minister Kan (belong to the Democratic Party of Japan) is not appropriate person as Prime Minister. His actions are too late! On the other hand, the Komei Party (supported by SG members) is quick…
This is my photo that I went to Soka Gakkai Fujizakura Memorial Park (Fujinomiya city, Shizuoka prefecture). There is my father's grave. This park is located in Asagiri highland at about 800 meters high above sea level.
movie of cherry blossoms in SG Fujizakura Memorial Park:…
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I just got done with Gongyo and picked up my book on Prayer by President Ikeda (it's available on Amazon.com)
I read this quote and had to share it. As Buddhists we set big goals for ourselves with the determination to make them happen. We are always moving forward, even when it feels like we aren't, we are. Our lives are changing and our prayers are…Continue
What a truly memorable event Mount San Victoire bore witness to .....quite possibly the best COURSE THAT I HAVE EVER BEEN ON..
South East London Area is about to go cosmic we are truly a dynamic and capable bunch .
The experiences were heart stoppingly emotional .,the entertaiments were second to none Simon Green you ROCK.
Yuyu your dancing was divine and subnlime you moved me to tears .
The action team were fabulous , the Lectures were…Continue
One of my friends, Safwan had posted an article on "Dogs Buddha Nature". I am attaching a link to it here or you can visit his Page. It is Amazing. Dogs are such incredibly wise, compassionate beings who live in their Buddha nature and we can all learn from them, I know I do! Enjoy the article, it is Wonderful! Thank you again Safwan :)
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I went to Hachioji city Tokyo for my job yesterday (11APR). But this is not a job at Soka University.
I met some colleagues after long time. The reason why I could not meet colleagues is that all of them lost jobs after the East Japan Earthquake. It is, so to speak, the novel "Gone With the Tsunami (not Wind)" created by me?!!. Everyone thinks so.
A colleague heard an introduction of a job of that nuclear power plant (daily wages: 300 thousands yen?!!). But he do not know nuclear…
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Estamos por trabajo por algunos dias mas en Santiago. Queriamos crear un contacto con la comunidad bouddhista de Chile !
Tal ves, para hacer gongyo o participar a una zaddankai ! Si ustedes conocen alguien. Por favor dale nuestro direccion : email@example.com
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I know that this may be controversial to actually speak out about something, but I think it is important enough to take the risk and speak my mind.
I brought a fellow member to Kosen-rufu gongyo who has cancer and was very frail and walking with a walker. We went into the bookstore which had a long line. I was hoping that the people in the line would notice that this person - weak, frial and obvously quite sickly maybe should be at the front of the line instead the back waiting and…Continue
My photos slideshow of official opening of SGI-USA's new Milwaukee Activity Center on March 27, 2011:
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