Exert Yourself in the Two Ways of Practice and Study

Exert Yourself in the Two Ways of Practice and Study

The writings of Nichiren Daishonin are teachings of hope. When we study these writings and chant Nam MyoHo Renge Kyo, our lives come to shine all the more brightly and overflow with courage, the wisdom of the Mystic Law and the power of the Buddha.

The Daishonin encourages us to talk to others about Buddhism. Let us vibrantly reach out to others in dialogue. The more we talk to others about our practice, the more people we can help from a connection with the Daishonin's Buddhism and the more benefit we can accumulate.

It is through exerting ourselves in the two ways of practice and study that we lay the foundation for victory for both our own lives and kosen-rufu.

Daisaku Ikeda
(Living the Gosho, pg149)

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