Bells of Dawn

The New Human Revolution, "Bells of Dawn" Chapter, Installment 33

Volume 30, Chapter 4 (33)

By Daisaku Ikeda In The Divine Comedy, Dante depicts the terrible consequences awaiting those who, after death, are judged as guilty of jealousy, deceit, arrogance, violence, lying and treachery. His epic poem is an impeachment of the evils that cause human beings misery and suffering. No matter the status, fame, or wealth people may gain,

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