Developing a Wonderful Network of Good Citizens

Just recently in February, the Government has announced that Singapore has adjusted its Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) from Yellow to Green. This is such great news for all of us after a three-year battle with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sowing the Seeds of the Mystic Law in Each Person’s Life

October 2 is the SGI World Peace Day. This day has come to symbolise the shared commitment of SGI members around the world to creating a wave of positive change in society through promoting non-violence and working for peace and the happiness of all humanity, based on the teachings of Nichiren Daishonin.

Let’s Create Another Groundswell of Victories!

The month of August is one of great joy and celebration for Singapore. After more than 30 months of anxiety and uncertainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the great success of the 57th National Day Parade attracting some 25,000 people to the floating platform and the area around Marina Bay on August 9, was a hope-filled sight.

Constructing the Treasure Land of Happiness in Singapore

Time flies and we are already into the third quarter of this year. I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to some 300 youthful participants of the National Day Parade (NDP) 2022, the committee and all who have contributed to the great success of the performance!

Fulfilling Our Unique Mission to Construct the Buddha’s Land

This year marks Soka Gakkai Singapore’s 50 years of incorporation as a legal entity carrying out the Buddha’s work, in accord with Nichiren Daishonin’s teachings and following the guidance of the Soka Gakkai (the organisation was officially registered under the Registry of Societies in January 1972).

Inheriting and Acting on the Great Vow of the Bodhisattva of the Earth

In his January 2022 Peace Proposal titled, “Transforming Human History: The Light of Peace and Dignity”, Ikeda Sensei writes, “Mr Toda emerged from a two-year imprisonment at the hands of the Japanese militarist authorities and set about rebuilding the Soka Gakkai as a new kind of people’s movement championing humanism.