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Those who have not discovered the pot of Roses by themselves or whose parents have not sold the wick learned by other children.
“As Daisaku Ikeda has written, an understanding of the interconnectedness of all life can lead to a more peaceful world:
“We’re all human beings who, through some mystic bond, were born to share the same limited life span on this planet, a small green oasis in the vast universe. Why do we quarrel and victimize one another? If we could all keep the image of the vast heavens in mind, I believe that it would go a long way toward resolving conflicts and disputes. If our eyes are fixed on eternity, we come to realize that the conflicts of our little egos are really sad and unimportant.”
(July 1999 SGI Publications/Quarterly)
“Mathematics would strive to be poetry in a universal language. Yet the law of cause and effect in life, if truly understood, is mathematics transposed to a more universal music, in dimensions transforming space and time.”
~ Philip Andermann
The real revolution is that of the spirit, born of an intellectual conviction of the need to change the attitudes and values which shape the course of development of a nation. Simply a revolution aimed at transforming the political and official institutions to improve the material conditions has little chance of success. ~ Aung San Suu Kyi
@CRITICAL MASS: HUMAN REVOLUTION
@CRITICAL SPEED:ITAI DOSHIN
we are all connected ~ many in body, one in mind
When we learn the sound life philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism, we have nothing to fear. Nichiren’s writings are a wellspring of hope, a melody of joy, a jeweled sword of courage, a banner of justice and a beacon of peace to achieve everlasting victory.
“The concept of fearlessness as an offering challenges us to see how our inner/human revolution can evolve into a blueprint for world peace. Our emotions allow us to see and affect the change needed in our behavior, actions or relationships.” excerpt World Tribune/Living Buddhism
“Communication is an offering. When you tell someone your truth, you must release your expectation of what the other person should do with it. They may thank you profusely, love you forever, argue with you, or ignore you. It doesn’t matter. Of course we hope the gift will be received with appreciation and thanks. But if it isn’t we must not dictate.
We’ve done our part, and we must trust the universe to do the rest. It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.” ~ Alan Cohen