To My Friends

Let’s go to our friends and
sincerely listen to their problems
and worries.
Steady efforts to encourage others
will cultivate the foundation
for kosen-rufu of our communities.
Let’s dedicate ourselves in the forefront
of our activities with undaunted
courage and joy.

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To My Friends

The strength of the SGI is found
in the unity of faith.
Let’s make a dynamic leap forward
“with the spirit of many in body but
one in mind . . . [and] become as
inseparable as the fish and the water
in which they swim”(*)!

(*)”The Heritage of the Ultimate Law of life,” WND I, p. 216

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–WORDS OF THE WEEK–
In all of the Daishonin’s writings,
he always encourages us to
“constantly converse and
communicate with one another.”
Discussion meetings that are held
in this spirit are the wellspring
of our strength.
Let’s ensure that our gatherings are
infused with cheerful enthusiasm
and each participant is the “star.”
Let’s also remember to sincerely
thank the family that has offered
their home or facility for the meeting.

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To My Friends

Let’s all pray for and encourage
students who are sitting for their exams.
These treasured, capable individuals,
together with their great growth and development,
are the hope and joy of our communities.
Let’s extend our warm courtesy and consideration
to their families as well.

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Please take utmost precautions
to prevent from slipping and falling
while making your way through
snowdrifts and along frozen roads.
Be extra careful and give yourself
plenty of time as you make your
way to your next destination.
Remaining accident free is the
foundation for happiness.

 

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