Giorno per giorno – 2 ottobre

Giorno per giorno – 2 ottobre

Vi prego di fare tutto il possibile per incontrare e formare persone di valore. Desidero che costruiate un’organizzazione meravigliosa, in cui si sviluppino legami gioiosi di amicizia e solidarietà tra persone che nutrono fiducia nella vita e nel futuro; desidero che viviate un’esistenza meravigliosa.

Daisaku Ikeda.

October 2

Please make every effort to find and raise capable people. My wish is that you construct a wonderful organization, joyfully building growing spheres of friendship and a solidarity of people who cherish hope for life and the future. Please lead the most wonderful of lives.

Daisaku Ikeda,

October 2

A new story begins with the challenge of a single person. A great victory comes from the struggle of an individual. Nothing will change as long as you continue to complain of circumstances, leaving everything in the hands of others. The more we change, the more the world changes.

Daisaku Ikeda.

La mappa della felicità 2 ottobre

Una nuova storia inizia dalla sfida di una singola persona. Una grande vittoria nasce dalla lotta di un individuo. Nulla cambierà finchè continueremo a lamentarci delle circostanze, lasciando tutto in mano agli altri. Più cambiamo noi, più cambia il mondo.

Daisaku Ikeda.

October 2

This life is like a dream. One cannot be sure that one will live until tomorrow. However wretched a beggar you might become, never disgrace the Lotus Sutra.

(A Warning against Begrudging One’s Fief. WND pg 824)

2 ottobre

Questa vita è come un sogno, nessuno può esser certo di vivere fino a domani. Anche se tu dovessi diventare il più misero dei mendicanti, non disonorare il Sutra del Loto.

Dal Gosho “Ammonimento contro l’attaccamento al proprio feudo”
(gli scritti di Nichiren Daishonin, volume I, pag. 731)

Phrase-by Gosho – October  –
“Kangyo-soku is one of the six stages of practice of the perfect teaching and indicates that a person acts the way he talks and talks about how it works.
Those who are in the stage of re-soku and myoji soku cred-ono in perfect teaching, but only in words, not actions.
For example, many people are studying the books of the three great kings and emperors of the five, but there is not even one in ten million in a country which has been governed as taught by those ancient Chinese sages. It is very difficult to build a peaceful society.
You may recite perfectly in the Lotus Sutra, but it is much more difficult to put into practice the teachings. ”
From “lightening karmic retribution”
(The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, vol. 4, p. 93)


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