transformed their karma and established a life- state of unshakable happiness. At the same time, they work tirelessly to contribute to the prosperity of their societies and to world peace, leading lives of unsurpassed meaning dedicated to happiness for both themselves and others. We have entered an age when leading thinkers in Japan and around the globe are praising our noble members’ efforts.
(March–April 2010 Living Buddhism, pp. 75–76)
2010 INTRODUCTORY EXAM STUDY GUIDE
1. Zhenguan zhengyao (The Essentials of Government in the Chen-kuan Era): A work edited by Wu Ching, a historian of the T’ang dynasty (618–907) in China. It was widely studied by Japanese government officials during Nichiren
Makiguchi Tsunesaburo zenshu (Collected Writings of Tsunesaburo Makiguchi) (Tokyo: Daisanbunmei-sha, 1987), vol. 10, p. 17. 3. Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, Makiguchi Tsunesaburo zenshu, p. 21. 4. From the December 16, 2008, Seikyo Shimbun, the Soka Gakkai’s daily newspaper, p. 3.