The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin – V.2 (Gosho)
The scriptures of Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism are called the “Gosho”. The Gosho is a work of faith, of philosophy, of daily living, of eternal peace and of boundless hope. It is set with myriad jewels of guidance. The Gosho was written in 13th century Japan. The Daishonin’s Writings reflect the cultural and social conditions of his time. Nevertheless, universal principles both timeless and unchanging are beautifully expressed therein.