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Writing of Nichiren Shōnin: Doctrine Vol. 1, p. 188 Writings of Nichiren Shōnin: Doctrine Vol. 3, pp. 96-103, 123, 138-144 The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin I, p. 48-52, 76-80, 538 The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin II, p. 259 Nichiren begins the Senji-shi-shō by stating, “To study Buddhism, first of all we must know the right [...]

Writings of Nichiren Shōnin Doctrine 2, pp. 153-164 Two Nichiren Texts, pp. 97-113 The Writings of Nichiren Daishōnin I, pp. 369-376 Nichiren ends Kanjin Honzon-shō with the following statement: For those incapable of understanding the truth of the three thousand worlds in one thought-moment. Lord Śākyamuni Buddha, with his great compassion, wraps this jewel with [...]

Writings of Nichiren Shōnin Doctrine 2, pp. 162-164 Two Nichiren Texts, pp. 111-113 The Writings of Nichiren Daishōnin I, pp. 375-376 As Kanjin Honzon-shō comes to a close, Nichiren cites a passage from Saicho’s (767-822; known posthumously as Dengyō) Outstanding Principles of the Lotus Sūtra, in which that founding patriarch of the Tendai School described [...]