The Spirit of Soka Youth Burns Brighter in July Part 2 of 2
The Song of Human Victory
The weekly newspaper and monthly magazine of the Soka Gakkai International-USA, part of the world’s most diverse lay Buddhist organization.
The Song of Human Victory
Planting seeds of Buddhahood, my inner joy transforms my environment.
The why, the how and the who of helping others become happy.
Life Lessons from Nichiren
Answer: Being proactive is the key to breaking through inertia. Chant, study Nichiren’s writings and take action to help others.
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After World War II, the United Nations was established in 1946 to “save succeeding generations from the scourge of war.” Unfortunately, since then, some 250 armed conflicts have broken out around the world, claiming hundreds of millions of lives. Conflict resolution, which aims to resolve tense situations between opposing parties peacefully, became a significant field
Following my parents’ lead, I create value from adversity and forge the heart of a global citizen of Soka.
I’m Margaret Kasahara from Aliso Viejo, California.
The lion’s roar (shishi ku) is the preaching of the Buddha. The preaching of the Law means the preaching of the Lotus Sutra, or the preaching of Nam-myoho-renge-kyo in particular. The first shi [which means “teacher”] of the word shishi, or “lion,” is the Wonderful Law that is passed on by the teacher. The second
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Wayne Shorter, legendary American jazz saxophonist and composer, has earned worldwide recognition for his mastery of the saxophone, including six honorary doctorates and 11 Grammy Awards. The New York Times named him the foremost living composer in jazz. At age 88, together with four-time Grammy award winner Esperanza Spalding, he has completed his first opera,
SGI-USA member Michele LaMontagne is the second woman to reach the rank of brigadier general in the New Mexico National Guard and its first female commander. The World Tribune spoke with her about her career and how she uses her Buddhist practice in her daily life. World Tribune: Thank you for speaking with us about
SGI-USA member Aarti Jain, of Irvine, California, is a researcher who focuses on COVID-19 projects and training workshops for visiting scholars and medical students at the University of California, Irvine. The World Tribune spoke with her about her Buddhist practice and experience as a vaccine researcher during the coronavirus pandemic. World Tribune: Thank you, Aarti,
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