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    Daily Wisdom

    Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

    The mighty warrior General Li Kuang, whose mother had been devoured by a tiger, shot an arrow at the stone he believed was the tiger. The arrow penetrated the stone all the way up to its feathers. But once he realized it was only a stone he was unable to pierce it again. Later he came to be known as General Stone Tiger. This story applies to you. Though enemies lurk in wait for you, your resolute faith in the Lotus Sutra has forestalled great dangers before they could begin. Realizing this, you must strengthen your faith more than ever.

    The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, page 953
    General Stone Tiger
    Written to Shijo Kingo on October 22, 1278

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    For Today and Tomorrow

    Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

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    Buddhism Day by Day

    Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

    Our lives grow to the degree that we give hope and courage to others and enable them to develop their lives. Therefore, while we speak of practicing Buddhism for others, it is we ourselves who ultimately benefit. With this understanding comes the ability to take action with a sense of appreciation.


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