To My Friends

Nichiren Daishonin affirmed,
“You need not seek far for an example.”(*)
Leaders should take initiative and
lead by example!
Then, genuine unity and momentum
for advance can be achieved.

(*)”Supremacy of the Law,” WND 1, p. 614.

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To My Friends

As the saying goes,
“If you seize the initiative,
you will gain the upper hand.”
Winning depends on speed.
As we begin the new school and
business year, our prayers should
be clear-cut and concrete!
Let’s dash forth with the spirit
of a charging lion!

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To My Friends

If you think “I’ll do it some day,”
the “time” will never come.
You have to tell yourself,
“OK, I’ll do it right now,” then move.
Those who act immediately on
their determination will make a
breakthrough to glory and success!

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To My Friends

Spring, a time for engaging in dialogue,
has arrived!
Let’s pray for the person’s happiness
and speak passionately, from the heart.
Let’s share the humanistic philosophy of
Nichiren Buddhism to the best of our ability,
without sparing our voices.(*)

(*)”This teaching has never been taught before. Here in the entire land of Jambudvipa [the entire world], in all the 2,225 years since the passing of the Buddha, not a single person chanted it. Nichiren alone, without sparing his voice, now chants Nam-myoho-renge-kyo,
Nam-myoho- renge-kyo.” (“On Repaying Debts of Gratitude,” WND-1, p. 739)

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To My Friends

Buddhism teaches principle of
“cherry, plum, peach and damson blossoms,”
which elucidates the unique diversity and
beauty of all living entities.
There is no need to compare yourself
to others.
Don’t be impatient–advance steadily!
Always be true to yourself and
bring to blossom your mission in life!

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