The New Human Revolution Vol 16
Product Code: 275447$12.00
By Daisaku Ikeda.This ongoing novelized history of the Soka Gakkai, contains not only episodes from the past but timeless guidance in faith. Chapter Summary Chapter 1: Heart and Soul. Shin'ichi poured himself tirelessly into encouraging members working on the front lines in the women's division, young men's division and young women's division focusing mainly on those in Tokyo and then in Okinawa. He took many commemorative photos and announced the establishment of the Coming-of-Age Group in Shinjuku. Chapter 2: Dialogue. On April 29, 1972 Shin'ichi left for Paris via Moscow for a trip lasting nearly one-month. The most important focus of the trip was a dialogue with British historian Arnold J. Toynbee. Chapter 3: Soaring. At the Tohoku Culture Center in Sendai that evening, Shin'ichi sincerely prayed for the safety of the members in Akita and the rest of Tohoku, as well as those in western Japan, which had been hit twice by heavy rains. World Tribune Press, Paperback, 5" x 8", 336 pgs.
The New Human Revolution is the novelized history of the Soka Gakkai International written by Ikeda Sensei. The 30-volume series is both of a record of the modern development of the SGI as well as blueprint for creating peace in our world.
Refer back to this blueprint in faith time and again to further apply the philosophy of human revolution in a new era. Continue your study with volume 16.