In This Issue



Standing as a Proud Disciple

Victoria Smith, of New Orleans, stands proudly as a physician of Soka.


Thoughts on Studying The New Human Revolution

Sharing the Spirit of Shin’ichi Yamamoto


Commentary on Volume 1 by SGI Vice President Hiromasa Ikeda

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Volume 1: Chapter One—Sunrise

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Volume 1: Chapter Two—A New World

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Volume 1: Chapter Three—Golden Autumn

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Volume 1: Chapter Four—Light of Compassion

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Volume 1: Chapter Five—Pioneers

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Excerpts From Nichiren’s Writings in Volume 1

Learning From The New Human Revolution


Hojo Yagenta

The Mentor-Disciple Relationship and the Journey of Kosen-rufu


Peace, Culture and Education: The Flowering of a New Humanism
(Chapter 28)

The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace, Chapter 28, Part 4


The Year of Soka Victory

In two years, we will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Soka Gakkai’s founding. Toward this milestone, this year’s SGI theme is: The Year of Soka Victory—Toward Our 90th Anniversary.


Daisaku Ikeda’s First Step as a Disciple of Josei Toda

Seventy years later, lessons gleaned from Daisaku Ikeda’s time working for Josei Toda’s company.


Unity That Embraces Diversity

Excerpt From SGI President Ikeda’s “The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace”


Q: Given that this is the Year of Soka Victory, what does “victory” mean from a Buddhist perspective?

This Q&A series addresses frequently asked questions about Nichiren Buddhism.


Peace, Culture and Education: The Flowering of a New Humanism
(Chapter 28)

The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace, Chapter 28, Part 4


Unity That Embraces Diversity

Excerpt From SGI President Ikeda’s “The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace”


To My Beloved Youth (Part 4)

SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series.


40 Years Since Stormy April 24, 1979

Part 1 of 5 of Vigilantly Safeguarding Buddhism