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Posted by Glenn on July 2, 2003 12:27:08 UTC

Buddhism is not just a compilation of abstract, theoritical teachings. It is a dynamic guide to a better life, the way to live most humanely, and how to reform ourselves. While it is true that Buddhism embodies a profound philosophy of life, and we must not depreciate the intellectual side, in its essence Buddhist doctrines enlarge on the Buddha's own enlightenment — Enlightenment which can be acquired only through practice.

Since you don't have any reference of interest of our Great teacher Nichiren Daishonin.Here is "The Buddha in Your Mirror": http://www.middlewaypress.com/mirror.html

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