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Old 04-17-2018, 06:57 PM #2951
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Business and life coach Tony Robbins has a detailed guide on how we should start our mornings off right. But if motivational incantations, exercise, and Kapalbhati Pranayama yoga breaths are not your style, there’s one tip that all of us can do each morning to make our days better: practicing gratitude. Robbins recommends slowing down your breaths and thinking of three things you are grateful for today, spending about a minute on each thing. They do not have to be big moments of gratitude, they can be as small as enjoying the cool air on your face.

“The reason I picked gratitude is because when you’re grateful you can’t be angry. And when you’re grateful you can’t be fearful,” he explained.
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Now, no matter what, strive in faith and be known as a votary of the Lotus Sutra, and remain my disciple for the rest of your life. If you are of the same mind as Nichiren, you must be a Bodhisattva of the Earth. And if you are a Bodhisattva of the Earth, there is not the slightest doubt that you have been a disciple of Shakyamuni Buddha from the remote past. The sutra states, “Ever since the long distant past I have been teaching and converting this multitude.”11 There should be no discrimination among those who propagate the five characters of Myoho-renge-kyo in the Latter Day of the Law, be they men or women. Were they not Bodhisattvas of the Earth, they could not chant the daimoku. At first only Nichiren chanted Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, but then two, three, and a hundred followed, chanting and teaching others. Propagation will unfold this way in the future as well. Does this not signify “emerging from the earth”?
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It's been a while since I chanted... Just been going through some serious sh+t.

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"To discard the shallow and seek the profound is the way of a person of courage."

(On Repaying Debts of Gratitude - The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, page 712)
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"'When praised highly by others, one feels that there is no hardship one cannot bear. Such is the courage that springs from words of praise.'- From "The True Aspect of All Phenomena" (WND-1, 385).

"We can impart courage and strength to others through words of encouragement. Everyone is heartened by praise. It makes them feel happy, brighter and more positive. All people inherently possess a life force equal to that of the Buddha—a lifeforce as vast as the universe itself. Nichiren Buddhism enables us to tap that life force to the fullest."

"Let's spiritedly forge ahead, commending and applauding one another's efforts. And let's especially offer warm words of encouragement to our youth and future division members, and create a new Soka citadel of capable people. Together, let's open the way to a hope-filled future."

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"You must not spend your lives in vain and regret it for ten thousand years to come."

(The Problem to Be Pondered Night and Day - The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, page 622)
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"The Soka Gakkai is a gathering of Bodhisattvas of the Earth, which is carrying out the practice of Bodhisattva Never Disparaging in the present age. As such, our fundamental spirit is to respect all people, to pray and work for the happiness of humanity, and do everything we can to help and support others.

"In the world today, there is a growing indifference towards others. Genuine humanity has fallen to the wayside as relationships based on self-interest and power hold sway. That makes it all the more crucial to build a society that is filled with human warmth and characterized by mutual respect, trust, and support.

"​This is the mission of the Soka Gakkai, and its leaders must be in the vanguard of this effort. A revolution in the life state and character of our leaders, therefore, is the greatest driving force for kosen-rufu."

SGI Newsletter No. 8829, The New Human Revolution––Vol. 26: Chap. 2, Banner of the Law
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"In the Latter Day of the Law, the votary of the Lotus Sutra will appear without fail. The greater the hardships befalling him, the greater the delight he feels, because of his strong faith. Doesn’t a fire burn more briskly when logs are added? All rivers flow into the sea, but does the sea turn back their waters?"

(A Ship to Cross the Sea of Suffering - The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, Vol.1, page 33)
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"'Just as flowers open up and bear fruit, just as the moon appears and invariably grows full, just as a lamp becomes brighter when oil is added, and just as plants and trees flourish with rain, so will human beings never fail to prosper when they make good causes.' From “The Third Day of the New Year” (WND-1, 1013).

"Those who make the best possible causes in their lives through working for kosen-rufu will never fail to enjoy immeasurable good fortune and benefit. Such are the workings of the law of cause and effect in life.

"How admirable are the efforts of those who strive tirelessly day after day for the happiness of others and the peace and prosperity of society! They are certain to achieve lives of brilliant victory."

SGI Newsletter No. 8795, Living the Gosho: Words of Encouragement from SGI President Ikeda (2), (7) Making the Best Possible Causes
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