By Nikkyo Niwano (1906-1999), Founder of Rissho Kosei-kai
Combining time-honoured Buddhist teachings and stories with examples from modern life, Rev Nikkyo Niwano shows us how we can attain a uniquely Buddhist way of reflecting on our everyday ways of thinking and being. We learn why attitude affects happiness and how flexibility of mind helps us grow spiritually, making us more productive at work and better able to relate to others. We learn how even desires and self-love can be used to make the world more harmonious. Finally, this prominent Buddhist explains how taking a deep look at what is closest lets us see the way our individual lives fit into the universe.
175 pp. 12.7 x 1.1 x 20.3 cm (Paperback)
Nikkyo Niwano (1906–1999) is the founder of Rissho Kosei-kai. He is also the recipient of the 1979 Templeton Foundation Prize for Progress in Religion, the Knight Commander with the Silver Star of the Order of St. Gregory the Great from the Vatican, and Interfaith Medallion from the International Council of Christians and Jews. He served as a former Honorary Chairman of Religions for Peace (RfP), a former President of the International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF), a former President of the Japan Religions League, and a former President of the Federation of the New Religious Organizations of Japan.
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