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The Three Ways You Make Karma

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Implant Good Karma In Your Life

All people possess both positive and negative karma. The practice of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism implants tremendous good karma (fortune) in one’s life, and lessens one’s retribution for negative karma from causes made in this and previous lifetimes. Eradicating the karma of unhappiness and establishing a happy, elevated life condition is a manifestation of the inconspicuous benefit of this Buddhist practice.

The Three Ways You Make Karma

Visit Myosenji Temple this Sunday, May 6th, for a brief lecture on the Buddhist Concept of Karma by our Chief Priest, Rev Sakakbe.  The meeting starts at 2:00 pm and concludes around 3:15 pm.

If you have decided to become a Buddhist or are interested in learning how to become a Buddhist, after Sunday’s meeting (about 3:30 pm) Rev Murata will be performing the Acceptance of the Precept Ceremony, the ceremony where you become a Buddhist.

Excerpted: Nichiren Shoshu Basics of Practice.