The Russian Love

The Russian Love

The Russian Love

I need you
More than life itself
For without you
There is no life
You are the moon the sun and the stars
The flowers the birds the trees
It is dark without you
There can be no joy
All that sees me through
Is knowing that you are out there
Somewhere in this world
Seven hours to the east of me
In some unknown place

But knowing that you are alive and on our little planet
Gives me the strength
To awaken to the next day
And face the world
Never certain that before my time in this mystic land comes to an end
That I will ever see you again

Nichiren Buddhism and the Concept of God and the Mystic Law

Nichiren Buddhism and the Concept of God and the Mystic Law.

 

 

Do Nichiren Buddhists believe in God? What are Nam Myoho Renge Kyo and the Mystic Law? What about the three devils from within and the one devil from without? Listen to Rosemarie J. Ferrer and Bob Holmes, SGI members, ponder these topics on WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM  on Sat. and Sun. Sept 28 and 29 at 11 AM and 2 and 8 PM NY time and 7 PM and 10 Moscow

God

What is God?

Is it the being pictured on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

To me, God is a force that is all around me

Giving me a conscience

The free will to think for myself

A self-determination

The ability to make choices

Hopefully good choices

But sometimes bad

A force that allows the sun to come up in the east

And set in the west

That provides for the rain and the sun

And the trees and the crops

The ability to sustain ourselves

This God subjects us to the vagaries of luck

Of time, place and circumstance

Never allowing us to predict or know the future with certainty

Never providing us with a true glimpse of what awaits us upon our deaths

This God keeps us guessing

Who put us here?

Why are we here?

What are we to do here?

Where are we going?

This God does not provide us with exact answers

But only philosophy

Upon death maybe we will find God

And this power will find us

Then we may know the answers

Who knows?

 

James Tucci

Nichiren Buddhism and the Concept of God and the Mystic Law

Nichiren Buddhism and the Concept of God and the Mystic Law

Do Nichiren Buddhists believe in God? What are Nam Myoho Renge Kyo and the Mystic Law? What about the three devils from within and the one devil from without? Listen to Rosemarie J. Ferrer and Bob Holmes, SGI members, ponder these topics on WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM on Sat. and Sun. Sept 28 and 29 at 11 AM and 2 and 8 PM NY time and 7 PM and 10 Moscow

God

What is God?
Is it the being pictured on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
To me, God is a force that is all around me
Giving me a conscience
The free will to think for myself
A self-determination
The ability to make choices
Hopefully good choices
But sometimes bad
A force that allows the sun to come up in the east
And set in the west
That provides for the rain and the sun
And the trees and the crops
The ability to sustain ourselves
This God subjects us to the vagaries of luck
Of time, place and circumstance
Never allowing us to predict or know the future with certainty
Never providing us with a true glimpse of what awaits us upon our deaths
This God keeps us guessing
Who put us here?
Why are we here?
What are we to do here?
Where are we going?
This God does not provide us with exact answers
But only philosophy
Upon death maybe we will find God
And this power will find us
Then we may know the answers
Who knows?

James Tucci

Nam Myoho Renge Kyo

Nam Myoho Renge Kyo

If you wish to free yourself from the sufferings of birth and death you have endured since time without beginning and to attain without fail unsurpassed enlightenment in this lifetime, you must perceive the mystic truth that is originally inherent in all living beings. This truth is Myoho-renge-kyo. Chanting Myoho-renge-kyo will therefore enable you to grasp the mystic truth innate in all life.

“On Attaining Buddhahood in This Lifetime” (WND, 3)

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