Buddhist in America: Ryan Hayashi (Teach for America)

Peace Be The Journey!

Haanel 15-3: Difficulties, inharmonies, and obstacles, indicate that we are either refusing to give out what we no longer need, or refusing to accept what we require ( the old blue print ). True power does not crush others because it helps them see their own greatness and how to leverage their resources of a sustainable life design. But perhaps most instructive of all is the daily routine…Gratitude Kindness Belief ♥ Give more, Get more ♥ You are Nature’s Greatest Miracle ♥ Happy New Year ♥


Let’s Shine☀️Comrades☀️  ♥♥♥ Nam Myoho Renge Kyo ♥♥♥

All phenomena are of the nature of mind; mind is their chief and precedes them all. If with a pure mind, a person speaks or acts, happiness follows like the shadow. ~ #Buddha

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Buddhist in America: Ryan Hayashi (Teach for America) SGI International Soka University of America


Ryan Hayashi explains how the lowest point in his life-facing a felony drug charge in high school-became the starting point for a great transformation. Using his Buddhist practice of chanting nam-myoho-renge-kyo, Ryan uses the suffering caused from his troubled youth to understand the suffering of others. Upon graduating college he enters the highly selective program Teach for America, and teaches at a alternative high school in Anthony, New Mexico, where he teaches and empowers the kind of at-risk youth he himself was just a few years ago.

This series follow members of the Buddhist organization, SGI-USA, as they share their real life stories of practicing Buddhism in America. https://www.facebook.com/sgiusa.info

Buddhist in America- Ryan Hayashi

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