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Q: How can I challenge myself to continually work on my own human revolution?

A. It is difficult to inspire oneself, especially in isolation. Therefore, we need to stay in close communication with our fellow members and continue to seek encouragement from Ikeda Sensei through our publications. Let’s see what Sensei says about our spirit and mission as Many Treasures Group members.

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(Bottom) Peter Patrick Salas with members of Yigo District at the SGI- USA center in Tamuning, Guam, January 2020. With the COVID-19 pandemic, they transitioned to meeting virtually without ever losing sight of their mission for kosen-rufu. Photo by Nancy Gorris

Like Guam’s Beautiful Sun

In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic halting activities in early 2020, members have continued to engage in one-to-one encouragement and help their friends start practicing Nichiren Buddhism. From the small western Pacific island of Guam—where Ikeda Sensei established the SGI in 1975—Marianas Region Young Men’s Leader Peter Patrick Salas and Leonard-John Ventura, a young man who recently started chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, share some of their experiences over the last year with the World Tribune.

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Value Creation In A Time of Crisis

The following report was adapted from sokaglobal.org. In his 39th annual peace proposal, SGI President Ikeda calls for increased global cooperation on the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and the elimination of nuclear weapons.

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Uniting in Prayer for the Peace of the Land Toward Jan. 26, SGI Day!

To all members of the SGI-USA, Our efforts to establish the correct teaching for the peace of the land are centered on expanding a network of people committed to doing their human revolution and thereby transforming society. In light…

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The Buddhist Perspective on Mental Health

The newest episode of the SGI-USA’s podcast “Buddhist Solutions for Life’s Problems” covers its viewers’ most requested topic of 2020

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