"The past is the past; the future is the future. Look to the future and keep moving forward, telling yourself, 'Everything starts from today—it starts from now, this minute, this moment!'”
The Buddhist concept of taking on challenges as fuel to realize our true potential in life.
By compassionately sharing Buddhism with those around us, we enable ourselves and others to confidently display the treasure of Buddhahood that resides within.
This Q&A series addresses frequently asked questions about Nichiren Buddhism.
What does Buddhism say about arrogance, and how can I spot it?
Basics of Buddhism
We often hear about the “three obstacles and four devils” in Nichiren Buddhism. What are they?
The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace: District Study for August
“Chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo Even Once Contains Limitless Benefit”
A Revolutionary View of Life and Death
Great Mountain Volume 30, Chapter 1 (61–68)
Great Mountain Volume 30, Chapter 1 (51–60)
Concept: The Nine Levels of Consciousness
I Will Do Great Things
Nam-myoho-renge-kyo Explained, Two Ways
Cherishing Each Child as a Buddha
Shine Brightly as Youthful Treasure Towers!