Still Looking

Still LookingWe all have to find our own path to enlightenment. One person’s way may not be that of another, but we all have a path, if we take the time, and have the courage to find it.

Everyone has the right to flower, to reveal his or her full potential as human beings and to fulfil their particular mission in this world. You have this right, as does everyone else.

This is the meaning of human rights. To scorn, violate and abuse people’s human rights destroys the natural order of things.

Valuing human rights and showing respect for other people are amongst our most important tasks in life.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. davidhare3000
    Jan 31, 2013 @ 21:51:51

    Beautifully written. Have just read some guidance from Daisaku Ikeda along similar lines. Thank you for this post, I am finding so much lovely stuff after just 10 days in the blogosphere!

    David
    facebook.com/thankingthespoon

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    • Anupadin
      Jan 31, 2013 @ 21:58:57

      I remember that initial amazement, the feeling that you have found an individual practice that unlocks your full potential. The really great news, apart from the fact that it really works, is that the more you learn, the more precisely it fits. Just like karma, it fits you like a glove. Welcome to the wonderful world of Nichiren Buddhism.

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