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Great Mountain, Volume 30, Chapter 1 (1-10)
The first chapter of volume 30, final chapter of "The Human Revolution"
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Refers to the propagation of the Lotus Sutra. The persistent challenge of going out into society and earnestly seeking to do whatever we can to inspire and encourage each person we encounter
The 'Great Vow'
Happiness that is shared by others.
7 consecutive 7-year periods of Soka Gakkai's development from its founding in 1930 - 1979
World peace in the broad sense of universal harmony in nature and human relations; the spread of the essence of the Lotus Sutra based on the humanistic principles of Nichiren Buddhism
The reason something happens and the result of it happening. A universal law underlying all phenomena in the universe. It covers not just the present lifetime but the three existences of past, present and future.
Law of Cause and Effect
The power to change poison into medicine. To transform our karma and enjoy a life of unparalleled happiness.
Value Creation Society that promotes Nichiren Daishonin's teachings for peace and happiness.
Buddhism that originated in Japan and is named after the founder Nichiren Daishonin, upon which SGI bases its activities for peace and happiness.
Ikeda Sensei appears in the ongoing novel, The New Human Revolution as this character.
A private university established in 2001 by Daisaku Ikeda, the founder of the SGI Buddhist movement.
One of the earliest and most influential Mahayana Buddhist texts, which reveals the cosmological nature of a Buddha and the universal character of Buddhist truth.
The name of the fundamental Law of life and the universe expounded in Nichiren Buddhism.
Striving to reveal our own Buddhahood while also helping others do the same. This ideal is characterized by the deep compassion to help others.
Bodhisattvas of the Earth
Object of devotion in Nichiren Buddhism. The embodiment of the Law of Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, expressing the life state of Buddhahood.
A branch of Nichiren Buddhism based on the teachings of the 13th-century Japanese Buddhist priest Nichiren (1222-1282), claiming him as its founder through his disciple Nikko Shonin (1246-1333), the founder of Head Temple Taiseki-ji.
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