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DAISAKU IKEDA was born in Tokyo on January 2, 1928. He is a leading Buddhist philospher and a prolific writer who has published over 100 works. As well as poetry, he writes on topics related to peace, education and the human condition.

 

 

 

 

 

DAISAKU IKEDA was born in Tokyo on January 2, 1928. He is a leading Buddhist philospher and a prolific writer who has published over 100 works. As well as poetry, he writes on topics related to peace, education and the human condition.

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One by One

The World is Yours to Change

by Daisaku Ikeda

Daisaku Ikeda offers a message of optimism about our common future. In intimate essays, the author introduces his personal friends to the reader—friends who have demonstrated that conviction and perseverance can achieve dreams of peace. These friends range from household names such as Nelson Mandela to an obscure Japanese scholar and a female Russian astronaut.

Ikeda challenges his readers to examine stereotypes, overcome prejudices and keep open minds to the possibility of a world without violence or war.

Each book contains a DVD of “Another Way of Seeing Things” --Winner of the 2004 Chris Award at the Columbus International Film Festival with footage of Daisaku Ikeda and F. Murray Abraham, Academy Award-winning actor and narrator of the film.

 

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FIGHTING FOR PEACE

Poems by Daisaku Ikeda

In this powerful collection of poems, Daisaku Ikeda makes ardent exhortations for peace and justice:

“All people have the right to live in peace! What is needed now is for each individual to become stronger, to check and triumph over authority. To do this is our right. We struggle and raise our voices loud in order that we may live lives of wonder and joy. Never believe that the greatest, most irresistible force is the power of the state. For the energy of the soul, the might of the human spirit, is an even greater force, the most magnificent power of all.”

 

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