The New Human Revolution, vol. 18
In this novelized history of the Soka Gakkai and the stories of ordinary people who transformed their lives through Nichiren Buddhism, you will find inspiring and practical Buddhist wisdom for living happily and compassionately in today's world.
Chapter Summaries Chapter 1: Lion's Roar The Human Revolution, a major motion picture based on Shin’ichi’s novel opens on September 8, 1973. Shin’ichi also meet regularly with Seikyo Shimbun reporters to discuss writing and their mission for kosen-rufu. Chapter 2: Gratitude for One’s Mentor Shin’ichi visits Atsuta Village, the hometown of his mentor in Hokkaido, where members have been working hard to earn the trust of their neighbors and make the village an idyllic place. He also meets with his former elementary school teacher to express his gratitude. Chapter 3: Moving Forward Shin’ichi focuses on helping each region, prefecture, and ward to stand strong as a golden pillar of the Soka Gakkai. When the 1973 oil crisis hits, he urges members to remain unswayed and to use it as a way to show actual proof of faith. Chapter 4: Dynamic Strides In January 1974, the youth division launches a major antiwar publishing campaign and a petition to gather ten million signatures for nuclear abolition. Shin’ichi visits Hong Kong to mark the thirteenth anniversary of the kosen-rufu movement there. Publisher: World Tribune Press Paperback: 376 pages Dimensions: 5” x 8” E-book available at Amazon.com or from your favorite e-book seller
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