To My Friends

Let’s warmly encourage those who
are earnestly dedicating themselves
to caring for elderly and sick family
members and child-rearing.
Fellow members who lend their
empathy and support are the
wellspring of reassurance and hope.

 

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To My Friends

We have entered a busy and
hectic time of the year.
Let’s use our time wisely and
create value every day
by challenging a time revolution!
Our earnest prayers in the morning
will generate wisdom and creativity.

 

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To My Friends

In The Orally Transmitted Teachings,
Nichiren Daishonin states,
“Difficulties will arise, and these are to be
looked on as peaceful practices.”(*)
Hardships are golden opportunities for growth.
Let’s courageously chant daimoku and
cultivate a rich life condition!

(*)”Chapter Fourteen: Peaceful Practices: Five important points–Point One, concerning the ‘Peaceful Practices’ chapter,” OTT, p.115

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To My Friends

Be careful to not catch cold
or succumb to influenza.
Rigorously observe preventative
measures such as wearing masks(*),
washing our hands and gargling.
Let’s advance with cheerful enthusiasm,
with good health our priority.

(*)In Japan and some other densely populated countries, it is a social etiquette to wear a mask when one has a cold or flu to prevent spreading the virus. It is also worn to prevent catching colds or the flu.

 

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To My Friends

Leaders, let’s go meet
our fellow members.
When we engage in face-to-face
dialogue, our hearts will resonate
and we can help people develop.
Wisdom and strength are found
in the forefront of the organization.

 

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