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Buddhism

The Soka Gakkai International is a religious movement based on the writings of Nichiren Daishonin, a Japanese Buddhist monk who lived in the 13th Century.
Nichiren, who carried out an in-depth study and analysis of the Buddhist teachings , was convinced that the Lotus Sutra, which affirms the unlimited potential of all human beings, expresses the genuine intentions of Shakyamuni.

 

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