“People who chant are different”

Nam Myoho Renge Kyo

“If you are stuck, pray to release the chains of doubt and fear clouding your mind of faith. Pray for the unbounded confidence and courage to win over your past and step joyfully into your bright future,” President Ikeda (12 April 2002, World Tribune).

Divorced from the cosmos, from nature, from society and from each other, we have become fractured and fragmented.


Chant for a Better Life


Dharma – Oka

Chant for a Better Life

When face with difficulties, the best way to overcome them is to apply the strategy of the Lotus Sutra. Lay Geok, WD from Singapore, did just that.  Through her pure faith, strong and abundant daimoku, as well as her participation in kosen-rufu, Lay Geok overcame numerous obstacles, including cysts in her womb, adjusting to life in another country, her son’s health problem and the death of her father.

I started chanting in 1983. My second brother brought back a copy of the Buddhism magazine.

He told me that he met a man in a hospital and had asked him to try to chant. I started reading the magazine and found the article, “Ten Worlds”, very practical and decided to chant for a job.

I just graduated and shortly after I found a job in a bank. That was my first benefit.

I took up faith very quickly and soon…

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