A lot of people love to talk about compassion and peace regarding home, foreign and domestic affairs. But did not have the compassion and peace in mind, then how will the true compassion and peace be formed?


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Saturday, 1 October 2011


The Great Mandala is the object of worship for the believers, known as the Gohonzon. Whereas the inspiration of the Odaimoku comes from  verbal display, the Gohonzon provides for a visual interaction as well. The Gohonzon is the graphical representation that expresses the oneness between the Great Truths (Dharma) and the personage of the Eternal or Primeval Buddha.

Inspiration wells from a reverent gazing of the Gohonzon coupled with the chanting of the Odaimoku. For the faithful the experience is one of being bathed by the rays of wisdom and compassion that emanates from the Eternal Buddha. Thus are we embraced in the Buddha's realm of enlightenment and brought to a state of " Kanno Dokyo", a resonance between the Buddha's power and our spiritual receptivity.

Namu Myo Ho Renge Kyo
Namo Buddhaya
Namo Dharmaya
Namo Sanghaya

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Due to this merits,
May I soon,
Attain the enlightened state of Guru Buddha,
That I may be able to librate all sentient beings from their suffering.

May the precious bodhi mind, Not yet been born in me, will arise and grow.
May the birth have no decline, and will increase forever more.

Namu Myo Ho Renge Kyo
Namo Buddhaya
Namo Dharmaya
Namo Sanghaya