Feb 24, 2011

Result is a Reflection of Your Faith in the Gohonzon


(Thanks to Donna for this)

Whatever you are thinking in front of the Gohonzon will be true for you. Are you thinking failure or victory? Are you trying to tell the Gohonzon how to solve your problems or are you turning over your heart's desire with unlimited trust to the Gohonzon?  The Gohonzon's power is beyond comprehension of our minds. This is why we call it mystic. Our challenge is to dream of results as big as the power of the Gohonzon, which has no limit. With this attitude of faith, you can tap the infinite power of joy, gratitude and victory. If you find you are stuck, pray to the release the chains of doubt and fear clouding your mind of faith. Pray for unbounded confidence and courage to win over your past and joyfully step into your bright future.

~ Daisaku Ikeda

4 comments:

Carlos said...

Hi! I'm trying to find where on when President Ikeda said that beautiful quote. Did you find it in a World Tribune or Living Buddhism? Thank you!!

Lotus Flower said...

Hi Carlos!!

Thanks! Unfortunately I did ask my girlfriend which World Tribune did she got this from. It was a printout that I asked to keep after reading it.

Dominic Virgo said...

Well done for persevering. Triumph in 2011.
SGI East London
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Anonymous said...

Here's the original quote and source of it...

Your result is the reflection of your faith in the Gohonzon. Whatever you're thinking in front of the Gohonzon will be true for you. Are you thinking failure or victory? Ate you trying to tell the Gohonzon how to solve your problem or are you turning over your heart's to the Gohonzon with unlimited trust and faith? The Gohonzon's power is beyond the comprehension of our minds. This is why we call it Mystic. Our challenge is to dream of results as big as the power of the Gohonzon which has no limit. If you find you're stuck, pray to release the chains of doubt and fear clouding your mind of faith. Pray for unbounded confidence and courage to win over your past and step joyfully into your bright future!" Daisaku Ikeda World Tribune. 4.12.2002