In March 2017 KL All Leaders Meeting, the General Director started his speech with a lengthy explanation on how some people were spreading rumour of Ikeda Sensei being held captive and stopped from public appearance. He went on to say that such allegations were unfounded and carried out with malicious intent.
With all the drama surrounding SGM today, we felt that it is important we return to the guidance of Mr Ikeda and remind ourselves once again. Please read and carefully ponder. Ten points to always keep in mind, and manifest in our behaviour at all times. First, never be haughty. Leader must be modest through… Read More The way of a Gakkai leader
This question is probably in everyone’s mind this week. If you will hear us out, here are our thoughts: We do gokuyo for Buddhism, not for SGM. There are many ways to contribute to the Law, one of them is with sincere chanting to Gohonzon, helping our friends in pain, introducing and encouraging others to… Read More Should I do gokuyo for SGM?
Bruce: Tell me, who call the shots in SGM, is it SGI in Japan, or the top leaders in SGM? There seems to be a lot of reference made to SGI Japan, saying that this or that decision is being made by SGI. Tony: In faith matters, I believe we are all under the large… Read More Who is calling the shots in SGM?
(A reply to Daylight’s final post here.) Hello Daylight, We would like to thank you for your effort and dedication in shedding much light, understandings and perspectives into the issues that concern SGM. You have opened the eyes and minds of many. Unlike what happened twenty years ago, where information is sketchy, we have a better view… Read More Farewell and we love you, Daylight
In a guidance given in February 13, 1990 (California) to the SGI-USA members, President Ikeda’s outlined five fundamental points for the continuous development of kosen-rufu in the US. Deviation or forgetting any of these points can easily derail the movement. We felt that the points raised were very relevant to us today, and good for us to study them together. Here… Read More The foundations of a great organisation
Dr Ouchi, Thank you for visiting Malaysia to encourage and beef up the morale of the members for the sake of kosen-rufu in Malaysia. Travelling thousands of miles, all the way from India, is no easy feat. We, at QuietRevo, would like to welcome and express our sincere appreciation to you. Being aware of your… Read More Selamat datang (welcome) to Malaysia, Dr Akash Ouchi, SGI representative
What is the ideal SGM organisation that our mentor, Mr Ikeda, has in mind? Do we have a good idea? As his disciples, are we working towards this goal? Or are we leaving it to others and only talks behind one another’s back? In the excerpt below, Mr Ikeda outlined clearly what are the crucial… Read More Blinded by the mirage of an organisation
From Mr Guywithasmile For the top brass of sgm to change it can only thru dialogue. If one dialogue failed, we have another one..then another one till things resolve. While all these r being attempted undyingly, we should continue to progress as a person , a daishonin’s and sensei’s disciple. Im jst wondering r we… Read More Reply to Mr Guywithasmile
Before we begin, we like to state that this is not a piece to ridicule or put down SGM leaders or strategy. But a critical and frank analysis and discussion. If you are not comfortable, we suggest you stop reading. If you are good, we welcome you.
We find this comment by BoE very enlightening and should be a post by itself. So, here goes. I am very disturb on the way the top leaders especially ECC, speak and act in these 2 years. The whole agenda in the recent March ALM is to instill fear, to threaten and to “brainwash” the… Read More Comments by BoE
Eric : Brother, I am sure you and your friends are going to hell. Logan: Why do you say that? Eric : Well, GD said it in the March ALM last Sunday to all leaders. Not only are you going to hell, but even your future generations. Sometimes I wonder, are you not the least… Read More The authors of QuietRevo are going to hell