I've been writing about the SGI for several years now and have been privileged to meet nearly all of its top leaders. I am a former Zen Buddhist monk, a contrituting editor for Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, and the founding teacher of the Green Meditation Society.
Why do you desire to join SGIBuddhism.org? Pls answer fully. DO NOT leave blank
I like to follow the movement, since I often write about it in my essas and columns.
Are you a member of SGI?
No - Interested in SGI and Buddhist practice
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Geez, Clark. You're practically a member now ;-D
You can also set the security settings of your page if you choose to. Click on the link that says MyPage under your profile photo. There you can set it up so that you can moderate comments or postings left on your page in the comments screen or emails you receive from individuals from this site. Keep the 'noise' level down on your page you might say. Again, glad to have you onboard with us.
To give you a quick tour, our Helpful Links is accessible and does not require you having to sign in. One of my favorites of efforts by our individual members, I like to listen to A Buddhist Podcast (by the Jarretts of the UK, SGI members who put out these exceptional 'radio' broadcasts on different topics of buddhist study and music contributed by individual members). Another wellspring of buddhist experience is a site by Kathy & Terry Ruby (of Takoma Park, Maryland) - Experiences database from GakkaiOnline. I also like to read the views & opinions of my friend, Dr. Alex Lickermann who writes a blog Happiness in this World. Testimonies of Nagasaki & Hiroshima is another excellent site.
welcome Clark. thank you for the articles you've written of the SGI. Just be aware we do have a 'privacy' policy in place for the benefit of the members and that the postings & views of the members are not necessarily for public consumption.. Our FAQ is in the Notes section. be