Santa Cruz – Bolivia
A big thanks to my parents, who every day give me their support.
To my friends, thanks to these good friends I have and come forward, because I knew how to listen and advise when I needed it most.
A God, because I care and blesses me every day, gives me the strength to follow, by faith I have inhim and in his Love incalculable.
My teachers, who not only taught me some things about history or math, but also teach me a better person.
Thank you very much to you readers, by the time I am stealing, I assure you will not regret it.
Hope you like it, I did it with much love ...
Daisaku Ikeda is a tireless humanitarian. He is president of the Soka Gakkai International(SGI), a worldwide organization with more than twelve million members in 190 countries and territories that aims to contribute to the achievement of world peace and the welfare of society through the promotion of culture, education and opposition to violence. He is founder of several educational, cultural and research found in countries such as Japan, USA, England, France, among others. It is aBuddhist philosopher, prolific writer and poet laureate, known as one of the greatest interpreters of Buddhism, which has drawn the infinite wisdom of the religion to help humanity to overcome many of the problems we face today.
III. – Books 19
IV.- Essays 24
Human Revolution 24
Stop the Killing26
V. – Poems 37
Ode to peace, the foundation of lasting happiness 37
To honor mother 42
APPENDIX A 46
¿Qué es la SGI?
APPENDIX B 56
APPENDIX C 59
Soka Gakkai History
EDUCATIONAL DATA 67I.-Biography
Daisaku Ikeda (池田大作 Ikeda Daisaku?, January 2, 1928-) is president of Soka Gakkai International (SGI), a Buddhistassociation which claims 12 million members in more than 190 countries and territories, and founder of several educational, cultural and research institutions. Also an honorary member of the Club of Rome. (members)
Daisaku Ikeda (born 1928), a Japanese Buddhistwriter and religious leader, was the third president of the rapidly growing Soka Gakkai, a lay Buddhist organization whose goal was to promote Nichiren Sho-shu, "True" Nichiren Buddhism, worldwide. He founded the Komeito or "Clean Government Party," a successful minority political party in Japan whose goal was to establish a "Buddhist democracy."
Daisaku Ikeda was born in Tokyo, Japan, on January...