HISTORICAL DAILY GUIDANCE FROM PRESIDENT IKEDA
Remember the world of Kosen-Rufu is found nowhere else but in the blossoming of a single family, or in society’s trust for a single individual.
Daily Guidance, V.1 (1976)
I hope each of you will make a practice of reading the Gosho daily, even if you read only one page, or even just one or two lines. There may be days when for a variety of reasons you cannot do so, but at least never forget the spirit to read the Gosho.
Daily Guidance, V.2 (1983)
Work, daily life and shakubuku activities are all accompanied by a certain amount of pain and effort. The Daishonin’s Buddhism teaches that through faith, we can use that pain and effort to limitlessly expand our state of life.
Daily Guidance, V.3 (1986)
As the Gosho states, [“You cannot strike fire from flint if you stop halfway.” (WND I: 35 – Earthly Desires Are Enlightenment”, pp.317 – 320)] Advance today, and again tomorrow, if even a step, or half a step, unswayed and undaunted by anything, completing your mission, one task at a time. Never forget that herein can be found the shining crown of victory in Kosen-Rufu and victory in life.
Daily Guidance, V.4 (1989)