Everyone is searching for happiness. Yet, happiness feels fleeting and elusive. Buddhism’s concept of the Ten Worlds explains why this is part of the human condition and what you can do about it.
Great achievement means happiness. To subdue evil is the great achievement. To accumulate goodness is called virtue. In Buddhism, great achievement and virtue (benefit) mean attaining Buddhahood in one’s present form. (Nichiren Daishonin, 13th century Japan)
Intro Lecture on the Buddhist Concept of the 10 Worlds
Visit Myosenji Temple this Sunday, November 1st, for a lecture on the Buddhist Concept of the Ten Worlds by our Chief Priest, Rev. Murata.
- Learn how to chant Nam Myoho Renge Kyo and properly use the Juzu Beads, Buddhist prayer beads.
- Q&A with our Chief Priest.
- The meeting starts at 2:00 pm and concludes around 3:15 pm. Open to the public.
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.