Bill Aiken offers five Buddhist insights to be a more effective agent of change
Daisaku Ikeda, president of the Buddhist organization Soka Gakkai International (SGI), which describes itself as a “worldwide Buddhist network promoting peace, culture, and education,” has issued “Toward Our Shared Future: Constructing an Era of Human Solidarity,” his 38th annual peace proposal. The proposal centers on tackling climate change, offering three commitments toward action against global warming. […]
More and more Buddhist groups are offering programs in Spanish and doing outreach in Latinx communities. That means stronger community for everyone, reports Caitlin Yoshiko Kandil.
“Finding my practice was the single most important thing in my life,” says Glenn Copeland, one of Canada’s musical greats.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, partnered with Soka Gakkai International, was recently awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The statement is “supported so far by more than 40 groups and individuals of Christian, Quaker, Buddhist, Muslim and Jewish affiliation.”
Soka Gakkai International-USA convened for a one-day conference titled “Toward a Fundamental Change in Nuclear Weapons Policy,” on April 27.
Soka Gakkai International’s president, Daisaku Ikeda, has issued his 35th annual peace proposal titled “The Global Solidarity of Youth: Ushering in a New Era of Hope.”
The new, co-penned “open letter” seems to be informed by the two musicians’ shared concerns as Buddhists.
She’s the Queen of Rock ’n’ Roll. An unwanted child. A believer in the power of love. A longtime Buddhist. Andrea Miller talks to Tina Turner.