An essay from SGI President Ikeda’s series “The Eternal Citadel of Soka.”
In Washington, D.C., SGI-USA youth discuss enacting a fundamental change in nuclear disarmament policy from the ground up.
The first five SGI-USA women's leaders discuss their significant encounter with SGI President Ikeda on March 25, and their thoughts on the oneness of mentor and disciple and American kosen-rufu.
On April 2, SGI-USA members rejoice at the opening of the Belize Peace and Culture Center.
SGI President Ikeda is named an honorary citizen of Florence, Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance.
By Daisaku Ikeda
The West Territory Leaders Meeting served as a launching point toward raising and gathering 50,000 youth in 2018.
SGI Vice President Yoshiki Tanigawa gave the following address at the West Territory Leaders Meeting, held on March 5, at the World Peace Ikeda Auditorium in Santa Monica, Calif.
How Do I Develop a Consistent Practice?
Do Not Succumb to the “Eight Winds”
5 Quotes on Equality
Identifying and Winning Over Devilish Functions
How to Enshrine the Gohonzon and Care for Your Buddhist Altar
Faith, Practice and Study: The Basics of Nichiren Buddhism (Part 1)
“I Will Appreciate Everything!”
My Young Friends, Put Buddhism to the Test!
Intro Meeting at the Pentagon