Life An Enigma, a Precious Jewel has 94 ratings and 11 reviews. Marshall said: This book attempts to reconcile Buddhism with modern scientific knowledge. Books by Daisaku Ikeda, Seinen no uta, Watakushi no Nihon ron, Inner transformation, Seinen yo seiki no Cover of: La vida, un enigma. Books by Daisaku Ikeda, “Sekai fusen” e no choryu o, Diálogo sobre José Martí, el Apóstol de Cuba, Botphleng Cover of: La vida, un enigma.
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Since the s he has pursued dialogue with a wide range of individuals around the world in political, cultural, educational and academic fields.
Nicoletta Tani rated it really liked it Oct 01, This book attempts to reconcile Buddhism with modern scientific knowledge, and explain Buddhism in scientific terms.
Life An Enigma, a Precious Jewel
Feb 09, Charlie rated it it was amazing. A vica read and one I shall daisaki many times. It was purely speculative, This book attempts to reconcile Buddhism with modern scientific knowledge, and explain Buddhism in scientific terms.
This is by far one of the most profound and enlightening books I have read in my life. Anna Fontanarosa rated it really liked it Nov 16, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Excellent – This books certifies that buddhism is indeed a philosophy that not only welcomes science but is also further proven by science. It was purely speculative, and never claimed that Buddhist concepts are somehow proven by modern science.
emigma Saurabh Kaushik rated it it was amazing Jun 11, Daisaku Ikeda is a Buddhist philosopher, peacebuilder, educator, author and poet. Although articulate and interesting to read, this book was not very engaging.
Ms Piot rated it it was amazing Apr 19, Paperbackpages. This is the key to the twenty-first century – the means whereby we may achieve the ultimate victory for humanity. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Feb 26, Bruno Santiago rated it really liked it. This is among my favorite books. Jul 23, Matt rated it really liked it Shelves: Return to Book Page. Ikeda is a prolific writer who has published more than works, ranging from Buddhist philosophy to biographical essays, poetry, children’s stories and photographic collections. I’ve read and reviewed it several times.
Ikeda is the Daisaku Ikeda is a Buddhist philosopher, peacebuilder, educator, author and poet. It covers biology, astronomy, physics, psychology, and neuroanatomy. Ikeda is a staunch proponent of dialogue as the foundation of peace.
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Published January 1st by Kodansha first published September 1st My eyes glazed over a lot, especially during the middle section which is devoted entirely to explaining Buddhist philosophy, in the driest manner possible. It’s a nice book. Excusing the obvious evangelical component of this conclusion, I think there is a lot we could gain as a The book ends with this statement, “The only sure remedy for the ills besetting modern civilization is to establish Buddhist teachings in the hearts of each and every individual alive.
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The book ends with this statement, “The only sure remedy for the ills besetting modern civilization is to establish Buddhist teachings in the hearts of each and every individual alive.
Nessun rated it really liked it Feb 12, Meglio leggere direttamente quest ultimo. This book focuses on Mahayana Buddhism, which I liked since I haven’t yet learned much about Mahayaha. He is the third president of the Soka Gakkai lay Buddhist organization and the founding president of the Soka Gakkai International SGIwhich is today one of the world’s largest and most diverse lay Buddhist organizations, promoting a philosophy of character development and social engagement for peace.
Ikeda is the founder of the Soka value-creation schools, a nondenominational school system based on an ideal of fostering each student’s unique creative potential and cultivating an ethic of peace, social contribution and global consciousness.
Life An Enigma, a Precious Jewel by Daisaku Ikeda
But it was unnecessarily antagonistic with Therevada, called Hinayana, or “lesser,” by the Mahayanas. The essential points of Buddhism, at least represented by Ikeda, is continually seeking to improve your life condition not in a material sense but in a spiritual sensehaving empathy emigma yourself when you are in a “lower state of being,” and that Buddhism does not contradict with science, in fact throughout the book Ikeda uses science as justification for Buddhist ideas that life energy continues, even after one’s death.
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Robbie Fry rated it it was amazing Feb 11,