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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Here's why Dirham is mad


  1. mad - angry, insane.

    dirham, like the other nst and sgi membership prefer a good lie.

    a lack of good fortune??????????

  2. Here's why I think Dirham has not yet exhausted all of his good fortune-
    1) He came here to Eagle Peak
    2) Whatever he reads is the truest expression of the True teaching - available on line
    3) True votaries of the Lotus Sutra and genuine followers of Nichiren are here-


  3. "The Daishonin says that, regardless of whether people do or do not possess the power of understanding, the most important thing is to let them form a bond with the Mystic Law.

    Thus he emphasizes that in the evil age of the Latter Day one should assertively teach Namu-myoho-renge-kyo, the heart of the Lotus Sutra, rather than some lesser, provisional teaching, for even those who slander the Lotus Sutra will eventually attain Buddhahood by virtue of the “poison-drum relationship,” or the reverse connection that they thereby form with it.

    When I speak of understanding capacity, I am referring to preaching by a person of wisdom. Again, one should preach only the Lotus Sutra even to those who slander the Law, so that they may establish a so-called “poison-drum relationship” with it. In this respect, one should proceed as Bodhisattva Never Disparaging did." Nichiren

    "poison-drum relationship; Another term for a reverse relationship, that is, a bond formed with the Lotus Sutra by opposing or slandering it.

    The expression poison drum comes from the Nirvana Sutra, meaning a drum daubed with poison. The Nirvana Sutra says that once the poison drum is beaten, all the people who hear it will die, even though they are not of the mind to listen to it."

    Similarly, when the Lotus Sutra is preached, both those who embrace it and those who oppose it will equally receive the seeds of Buddhahood."