Featured Image: SGI-USA youth division representatives at the Osaka City Central Public Hall (Nakanoshima Civic Hall), in Nakanoshima, Osaka. (February 4, 2018)
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Fresh Advance for Buddhist Study

On Dec. 15–16, SGI-USA members and guests who have not yet taken or passed the Introductory Exam can be part of history. For the first time, the exam will take place online. Members and guests can register through…

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I Am the Protagonist of My Life

by Travis James New York At a young age, I was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Social interactions were a struggle for me, and as I got older, making friends became even more of a challenge since I…

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Standing Firm

SGI Members reflect on how they are moving forward following the most devastating wildfire in California’s history. In November, Northern California residents in Butte County faced the state’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire on record. The Camp Fire…

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To My Friends

Let’s convey our deepest appreciation
to our noble, treasured friends
for their “unseen virtue” (efforts),
beginning with our “uncrowned friends,”
the organizational newspaper deliverers.
They are certain to accumulate
immeasurable “visible reward” (benefits).
Let’s all proudly continue to make efforts that
accumulate like the growth rings of a tree,
remembering the Daishonin’s words,
“The treasures of the heart are the
most valuable of all.”(*)

(*)”Treasures of the Heart,” WND I, p. 851

Tentative translation of “Words of the Week” published in the Seikyo
Shimbun, based on President Ikeda’s recent guidance.

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