In This Issue


Encouragement

A Religion of Human Revolution

SGI President Ikeda's Lecture Series.


A Religion of Human Revolution

SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series.


Living Out Our Lives With Nichiren’s Writings

SGI President Ikeda's Monthly Message.


Dedicate Your Lives to the Great Path of the Oneness of Mentor and Disciple

Learning from the momentous struggle of Nikko Shonin.


The History of the Atsuhara Persecution

An essay from SGI President Ikeda’s “Thoughts on The New Human Revolution” series.


Discussion on the Purpose of the Buddha’s Advent

The purpose of Nichiren’s advent and what this means for us as Nichiren’s disciples in the 21st century.


The Problems of Youth Are a Source of Light

When we look back at the times we really suffered, we see that these were the most precious times of all.


Cancer–Free and Victorious

Reylynn Wright ends the cycle of cancer in her family.


4 Facts About Hokusai, Creator of “The Great Wave”

Learning about the life of the great Japanese artist, Katsushika Hokusai, who started his most important work at age 70.


Mentor and Disciple Is the Heart of Soka
Chapter 25 (1 of 2)

Selections From SGI President Ikeda’s Collected Works.


A Religion of Human Revolution

SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series.


Cancer–Free and Victorious

Reylynn Wright ends the cycle of cancer in her family.


Dedicate Your Lives to the Great Path of the Oneness of Mentor and Disciple

Learning from the momentous struggle of Nikko Shonin.


The History of the Atsuhara Persecution

An essay from SGI President Ikeda’s “Thoughts on The New Human Revolution” series.


The Problems of Youth Are a Source of Light

When we look back at the times we really suffered, we see that these were the most precious times of all.


What Does “Changing Our Karma” Mean?

The Buddhist concept of taking on challenges as fuel to realize our true potential in life.


Living Out Our Lives With Nichiren’s Writings

SGI President Ikeda's Monthly Message.


Mentor and Disciple Is the Heart of Soka
Chapter 25 (1 of 2)

Selections From SGI President Ikeda’s Collected Works.


What Does “Changing Our Karma” Mean?

The Buddhist concept of taking on challenges as fuel to realize our true potential in life.