Making the Impossible Possible

The 60th anniversary of the Osaka Campaign of 1956.

In January 1956, 28-year-old Daisaku Ikeda was dispatched by second Soka Gakkai President Josei Toda to lead kosen-rufu activities in Osaka, a relatively small chapter with mostly new members and inexperienced leaders. Daisaku, indivisible from his mentor’s vow to rid the world of suffering, led intensive efforts to introduce others to Buddhism centering on the

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