"Mahatma Gandhi proclaimed that the "power of the spirit" is stronger than any atomic bomb. To transform this century of war into a century of peace we must cultivate the limitless inherent power of human life. This is the 'human revolution,' and it will be the theme that flows consistently throughout the novel." So wrote Daisaku Ikeda when he began The New Human Revolution, which chronicles growth of the Soka Gakkai from the time Daisaku Ikeda became president in 1960. This the story of Josei Toda's disciples as they strive to carry on his spirit to share the humanism of Nichten Daishonin's Buddhism throughout the world. It is a history as well as a pertinent "textbook" of how to practice Buddhism and build a movement for peace today
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Book Description World Tribune Press, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110915678349
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