29th February 03:25
Stay away from Tozan, it's not worth the Karmic burden )[ (entity enlightenment delusion evil clear)
Stay away from Tozan, it's not worth the Karmic burden )
Hi guys are you all getting ready for Tozan?.>Date: 10/20/2002 11:13
I heartily suggest that this trip to Japan will have unpleasant
results in your lives and on the security of the land, itself.
In the Rissho Ankoku Ron (On Securing the Peace of the Land ....),
Nichiren admonishes everyone against giving alms to the icchantika/
incorrigible disbelievers (fuse), like the Nikken Sect.
He also admonishes everyone against against receiving alms from the
icchantika/ incorrigible disbelievers (fuju), like being allowed entry
into Taisekiji and being given the "privilege" to view the
I would suggest that for the good of all of us, those of you who have
decided to go, should not. And those of you who have given money,
should get it back. (And those of you who haven't given money yet,
9/11 was a bad shock. Bali was a hint of what might happen, if this
great evil continues.
Please think, now. Stop before it's too late. We don't need any more
suffering than we've already had to awaken humanity.
From "The Entity of the Mystic Law", Writings of Nichiren Daishonin,
Ignorance is a state of delusion that must be cut off, whereas
enlightenment is the state that one must manifest. How then can we say
that they are a single entity? To resolve doubts on this point, one
should have a clear grasp of the passages that have been quoted here.
The example of the dream given in the ninety-fifth volume of The
Treatise on the Great Perfection of Wisdom and the T'ien-t'ai school's
example of the piece of crystal cited above are very interesting
Further proof of the truth that ignorance and enlightenment are one in
essence is found in the passage in the Lotus Sutra that reads, "These
phenomena are part of an abiding Law, [and] the characteristics of the
world are constantly abiding." Great Perfection of Wisdom says,
"Enlightenment and ignorance are not different things, not separate
things. To understand this is what is called the Middle Way."