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Boston Region Ikeda Wisdom Academy 3/31 JM

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Jacqueline Mills

on 31 March 2013

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Transcript of Boston Region Ikeda Wisdom Academy 3/31 JM

BOSTON REGION March 2013 Chapters 1-3 Rhythm Check out the study calendar on
to see what sections of the Wisdom of the Lotus Sutra are assigned for the next meeting. Read the assigned study material. Come to the Ikeda Wisdom Academy Meeting every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 8:30 AM. At the meeting:
1) Lecture video
2) Presentation
3) Discussion Share what you are learning with others at your district activities, home visits, Kayo-kai meetings, WPP, Gajokai Academy, town-hall meetings, etc. Ikeda: "...with the assistance of your sharp young minds, let us begin this challenging journey to explore the wisdom of the Lotus Sutra for the coming age. It is a journey to the truth that we ourselves are Buddhas."
WoLS I p16 Part 1: Prologue 1: Surmounting the Absence of Philosophy in Our Age
2: Making the Coming Age an Age of Life
3: A Scripture that Calls Out to All People The video used every quote I had planned to use. Ikeda: "Mahayana Buddhism does not subscribe to a complicated list of rules of behavior or discipline with which to bind people. However, when we hold the teachings of Mahayana Buddhism up before the mirror of the people, they offer an extremely demanding model of leadership. This is because irresponsibility is not permitted." WoLS I p49 Scripture for the people
Mentor & Disciple
Why we don't have clergy People discussed or quoted Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Viktor Frankl
Aleksandr Yakolev
Vaclav Havel
Yasushi Akashi
Anatoly Logunov
Johan Galtung
George Tanabe
Hermann Hesse
Alan Watts
Helen Keller
Fritjof Capra
Lyall Watson
Jim E. Lovelock Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Alexander S. Tsipko
Arnold Toynbee
Hajime Nakamura
Kyosei Hayashima
Yoshinobu Kumazawa
Zao Puchu
Harvey Cox
Martin Luther King Jr.
Rosa Parks
Tai Kung Wang
Chang Liang
Walt Whitman
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