The Florida Nature and Culture Center (FNCC), located in the peaceful Everglades, opened in 1996 as a facility for SGI-USA members to refresh their spirit and...
WHAT: 6th Annual MLK Youth Parade WHEN: Saturday, January 14, 2012 Participants Report Time: 10AM Starting time: 12PM WHERE: Downtown Houston Location:...
Since our Rock the Era movement began 2 ½ years ago, the youth of the SGI-USA have developed significantly, in particular the Ikeda Youth Ensemble. 31,000...
Soka Gakkai International
The 14 million members of Soka Gakkai International (SGI - www.sgi.org ) around the world embrace Nichiren Buddhism, a dynamic philosophy grounded in the realities of daily life, seeking to promote the values of peace, culture and education. The core philosophy of the SGI can be summed up by the concept of "Human revolution." This is the idea that the self-motivated inner change of a single individual positively affects the larger web of life and results in the rejuvenation of human society.
The SGI-USA (www.sgi-usa.org ) is the American branch of the SGI network, with more than 2,600 neighborhood discussion groups and nearly 100 SGI-USA centers throughout the country. To find out more, click Here.
Doris L. Bryant
Experience for 2010 Women’s Division General Meeting
When I began practicing in 1976, at the beginning of each meeting, we used to recite the famous passage from Kaimoku Sho or in English, “The Opening of the Eyes” gosho from Volume 1 of the Writings of Nichiren Daishonin which says, “Although I and my disciples [...]
The Florida Nature and Culture Center (FNCC), located in the peaceful Everglades, opened in 1996 as a facility for SGI-USA members to refresh their spirit and determination to practice Nichiren Buddhism.
The SGI-USA Houston Chapter is excited to participate in the 2010 Houston Pride Parade on Saturday, June 26!!!
The Pride Festival is the single largest community event that supports Houston’s gay and lesbian community and friends. Admission is free and each year the Pride Festival & Parade brings out approximately 150,000 people.
The SGI-USA Houston Chapter [...]
Twenty-five years ago in Texas, President Ikeda said, “A happy person is one who creates happy memories in life. A person with a life-condition that will enable him to create happy memories, even in times of suffering or great sadness, will definitely become a winner in life.” (Buddhism Into Action vol. 2, p. 193)