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Daisaku Ikeda

This volume continues the chronicling of the development of the Soka Gakkai during 1977, when Shin’ichi Yamamoto (Daisaku Ikeda’s pen name), in the true spirit of the mentor-disciple relationship, revisits Atsuta village, President Toda’s hometown, to inject fresh vigour in the members. Ushering in the second phase of kosen-rufu, this volume depicts the importance of the chapter as the key unit in the organisation, and the fostering of capable leaders to carry on the momentum of kosen-rufu. It is replete with the timeless guidance Shin’ichi to encourage all members, particularly the “uncrowned champions” — the dedicated deliverers of the Seikyo Shimbun.

Daisaku Ikeda

Part 1 of the concluding volume to SGI President Daisaku Ikeda’s 30-volume series tracks the progress of the organisation from 1979 to 1981 — Shin’ichi’s long-contemplated desire to hand over the reins of the Soka Gakkai to his successors, his dialogues for peace with world leaders and thinkers, and his counteroffensive against the actions of the priesthood and their associates.

Ringing with his spirit of “Lions stand up! The time has come to fight!”, this shared journey of mentor and members to forge new paths in the saga of kosen-rufu continues with one man’s never-be-defeated resolve to ensure world peace, no matter what.

The chapters in this book are: Great Mountain, Awaiting the Time, Launching Out, and Bells of Dawn (in part).

This ongoing novelized history of the Soka Gakkai, contains not only episodes from the past but timeless guidance in faith.

Daisaku Ikeda

The imminent possibility of a third world war precipitated by the Cuban Crisis involving the US and Russia in the early 60’s forms the leitmotif of the seventh volume of the New Human Revolution.

Thoughts on Peace and Human Rights in the Third Millennium.

This volume contains SGI President Ikeda’s lecture on the Gosho ‘The Supremacy of the Law’, emphasising the key role that women can play in building a peaceful society, based on individual transformation.

This volume contains SGI President Ikeda’s three-part lecture on the Gosho ‘On Practicing the Buddha’s Teachings’, explaining that the correct way to practise this Buddhism is to follow the Buddha’s intent and believe in the Lotus Sutra.

Daisaku Ikeda

A collection of SGI President Ikeda’s speeches and guidance for the Young Women’s Division

Daisaku Ikeda

The Way of Youth in the way of youth renowned philosopher and President of the Soka Gakkai International, Dr. Daisaku Ikeda shares insights into the real life problems of young people and addresses their concerns in a warm, empathetic and reassuring manner. Covering a variety of issues, this book is an invaluable guide for the young people.

An introduction to Buddhist Practice

Daisaku Ikeda

“The Lotus Sutra teaches of the great hidden treasure of the heart, as vast as the universe itself, which dispels any feelings of powerlessness. It teaches a dynamic way of living in which we breathe the immense life of the universe itself. It teaches the true great adventure of self-reformation.” – Daisaku Ikeda

Daisaku Ikeda

“The Lotus Sutra teaches of the great hidden treasure of the heart, as vast as the universe itself, which dispels any feelings of powerlessness. It teaches a dynamic way of living in which we breathe the immense life of the universe itself. It teaches the true great adventure of self-reformation.” – Daisaku Ikeda

Daisaku Ikeda

Shakyamuni Buddha’s highest teaching, explains that all people regardless of gender, social status or education can uncover the buddha nature they inherently possess. Based on this empowering and compassionate sutra, Nichiren Daishonin revealed the supreme practice for the modern world.

Daisaku Ikeda

This book offers profound insights into the fundamental issues concerning human life, such as the true nature of life and death, the meaning of eternity of life, illnesses and the key role faith plays in overcoming them. An inspiring journey of trial and triumph, this book recounts the experiences of people who have had near-death encounters and battled illnesses such as cancer.

Daisaku Ikeda

The Lotus Sutra exists to enable the people -who have been oppressed, made to suffer and derided throughout history – to stand up and advance with their heads held high. – Daisaku Ikeda

Daisaku Ikeda

Each Bodhisattva who appears in this volume represents a special quality that enables him to contribute to the happiness of people – wonderful sound through his music, for instance a medicine king through healing.

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