Today, before the Buddha we have shared in our ability to empower our Body, Mind and Spirit. How profound, what great spirit! In the 13th Century the Sage Messenger, Nichiren sends a single mother with a sick child the following
How grateful to have friends, how humble to have heard the universal Law. Many books read, many documentaries seen, many stories listened too; all on the goal of Life, the pathway to wisdom, which brings health, happiness and prosperity. How profound and fortunate to awaken to the Lotus Sutra, how grateful to be on the pathway to enlightenment and freedom in this lifetime.
Remembering the deaths of those we love is an important ceremony; in the Buddhist tradition this is done in various ways. One of those ways is through the dedication of a Memorial tablet, sometimes a simple card of memory. The ancient Sanscrit is “Stupa,” it means burial mound.
I deeply appreciate your visit here and your constant concern over the numerous persecutions which have befallen me. I have met these great persecutions as the votary of the Lotus Sutra and do not regret them in the slightest. No life could be more fortunate than mine, no matter how many times one might repeat the cycle of birth and death.
All humans who come to understand their Buddha nature, and work with it through the Worlds of Learning, Realization, Bodhisattva compassion, Buddha Dharma ~ Enlightenment. Mission and Responsibility.
The Hokkeko is a group of sincere people who have taken a vow to spread the word of Buddha Dharma/Wisdom and to live a life of personal growth, health and happiness for themselves and others.
Three Kinds of Treasure Three Kinds of Treasure, Health, Happiness and personal Empowerment.. Mind, Body, and Spirit, the Trinity of this lifetime. The Five Challenges: Family, Relationships, Career, Health and Economics a part of daily life. Being human is not
Devotional Offerings Reciting the Hoben and Juryo chapters of the Lotus Sutra reveals and supports the great merit of offering Sound Meditation ~ Chanting [ Daimoku ] During morning and evening liturgy meditation we may recite portions of the
Destiny or Karma During ones struggle to find the time, energy and desire for faith, practice and study in our busy world, I am often reminded of the wonderful story in the Eighth Chapter of our Lotus Sutra. This is
Parable of the Herbs Today, I would like to share with you a few thoughts from the 5th Chapter of our Lotus Sutra, this Chapter called the Parable of the Herbs. One of the great truths of the Buddha-way is