The youth of the SGI-USA have made a bold goal toward November 18, 2018: to gather 50,000 young agents of change who will lead the United States toward peace and humanism based on the ideals and philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism.
January marks 35 years since SGI President Ikeda’s six-day visit to Akita Prefecture.
Monthly Message from SGI President Ikeda
Guidelines for Leaders Striving on the Front Lines of Kosen-rufu (Part 1 of 5)
SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series (Part 4)
Neha Ganjoo surmounts internal suffering through boldly sharing Buddhism.
This Q&A series addresses frequently asked questions by those who are interested in Nichiren Buddhism.
Toward the gathering of 50,000 SGI-USA youth in 2018, the chapters will play a crucial role.
50,000 Youth Will Emerge From Our Chapters
Selections From SGI President Ikeda’s Collected Works
Review for the Ikeda Wisdom Academy Exam II
By Daisaku Ikeda
From SGI President Ikeda’s “Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace”
Essentials 2020 Exam
The Key to Victory Is Found Right Where I Am
Identifying and Winning Over Devilish Functions
“Chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo Even Once Contains Limitless Benefit”
Q: The SGI’s theme for 2020 is the Year of Advancement and Capable People. What does it mean to be “capable” in Buddhism?
Expand Your Buddhist Study!
How To Experience A Breakthrough Practice
A Meeting’s Success Lies in Sharing Experiences
Roadmap to 6,000 New Youth in 2020