To My Friends

Complaining erases good fortune
while having a sense of appreciation
increases good fortune.
Rather than spew grievances,
you should transform yourself.
Then you will find the way forward!

To My Friends

“Understanding and repaying our obligations”(*)
is the spirit of a Buddhist.
To our youthful successors–
Develop into wise leaders who
dedicate themselves to the happiness
of the people!

(*)”Opening of the Eyes,” WND 1, p. 228
They must . . . have been models in the understanding and repaying of obligations.

To My Friends

First decide to yourself,

“I will absolutely win!”

Then pray earnestly and


Buddhism teaches us to

take action.

Let’s advance toward

glorious and resounding


To My Friends

Daimoku is a powerful lion’s roar.
Brimming with life force,
conquer and defeat the
devil of illness!
Let’s vibrantly and wisely
spend each day creating

(*)Mon. Nov. 9, 2015, is a press holiday.

To My Friends

The Daishonin admonishes,
“Life is limited; we must
not begrudge it.”(*)
The present will never
come again.
Therefore, let’s exert ourselves
with all our might and triumph!
Let’s leave behind no regrets!

(*)”Aspiration for the Buddha Land,” p. 214

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