Becoming “Experts in Winning in Life”

The 2016 Introductory Exam will be offered in October for SGI-USA members to strengthen their faith, practice and study of Buddhism. Effectively practicing Nichiren Buddhism requires dynamically balancing the three…

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SGI-USA Publications Launches

SANTA MONICA, Calif., August 15, 2016—The World Tribune is celebrating its 52nd birthday with the launch of The dynamic new website features current content from the SGI-USA publications, World…

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Takako Mino, of Rancho Cucamonga, California. Photos by Debra Williams.

Awakening to the Bodhisattva Way

by Takako Mino Rancho Cucamonga, California When I was 5, my mom determined to support the dream of American kosen-rufu, so she somehow convinced my dad to move from Tokyo…

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In Image: Takako Mino, of Rancho Cucamonga, California. Photos by Debra Williams.
To My Friends

Be ever vigilant and take
precautions against accidents
at nightfall or in the middle
of the night when visibility is low.
Be aware of the dangers of operating
smartphones while walking,
and turn on the headlamps of
your bicycle early (before it gets dark).

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Buddhist in America-Jimmy Anicet

As a child, Jimmy Anicet was nicknamed “the mute,” as he struggled to find the confidence to speak out, especially for what he believed in. In this video, Jimmy, of Boston, shares how his Buddhist practice helped him find the courage to become a stand-up comedian who speaks out to encourage others.

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The SGI-USA publishes books that apply the wisdom of Buddhism to daily life and introduce people to the practice of Nichiren Buddhism.

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