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Daisaku Ikeda with Deng Yingchao, widow of the late Premier Zhou Enlai, at her home in Zhongnanhai in Beijing during his fifth visit to China (April 1980)

Daisaku Ikeda with Deng Yingchao, widow of the late Premier Zhou Enlai, at her home in Zhongnanhai in Beijing during his fifth visit to China (April

“If you summon your courage to challenge something, you’ll never be left with regret. How sad it is to spend your life wishing, ‘If only I’d had a little more courage.’ Whatever the outcome may be, the important thing is to step forward on the path that you believe is right.” — Daisaku Ikeda

“If you summon your courage to challenge something, you’ll never be left with…

Daisaku and Kaneko Ikeda

Daisaku and Kaneko Ikeda

Bill Aiken, director of public affairs for SGI-USA describes SGI's ethic of social engagement.

Bill Aiken, director of public affairs for SGI-USA describes SGI's ethic of social engagement.

Mentors : Mr Toda and Mr Ikeda

Daisaku Ikeda & Josei Toda (mentor and disciple)

Buddhist Practices, Buddhism, Lotus, Graffiti

Nichiren | of nichiren buddhism the major writings of nichiren daishonin nichiren ...

“Although I and my disciples may encounter various difficulties, if we do not harbour doubts in our hearts, we will as a matter of course attain Buddhahood (enlightenment).

In Daisaku Ikeda's philosophy, it is the transformative capacity of the individual that holds the key to broader social change

Daisaku Ikeda sees positive inner transformation--individual human revolution--as ultimately the only genuine way in which lasting peace can be established.

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