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    Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

    And do not go around lamenting to others how hard it is for you to live in this world. To do so is an act utterly unbecoming to a worthy man.

    The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, page 850
    The Three Kinds of Treasure
    Written to Shijo Kingo on September 11, 1277

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    Buddhism Day by Day

    Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

    Nature is like a mirror. It remains still, but I move. It seems unchanging, yet I am constantly changing. The mirror of nature reflects my inner world, the essence of humanity, and the great, all-embracing expanse of life itself. Only when we are connected to nature, engaged with nature, are we truly alive and vigorous. To really be alive, one must be under the sun, the moon, the shining stars and surrounded by the beautiful greenery and pure waters of the natural world.


"Ultimately, our battle is with ourselves. Whether in our activities in society, or in historical, political or economic developments, everything essentially boils down to a struggle between positive and negative forces."

- SGI President Daisaku Ikeda

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