Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico Community Center

Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico Community Center

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Hi - do you have some regular meetings (eg introductory or discussion) i could recommend to a dear friend who lives in Albuquerque?
Hello folks. This is Glen Homan's butsudan, he no longer has any need for it, he is going into an assisted-living facility & there's no room. We have no idea what it's worth, we'll take any reasonable offer & it will have to be picked up. All accessories included. Glen no longer has the ability to use a phone so please call me at the following numbers: 505-286-2230 505-264-1447 Thank you, Fred Weldon
Today is SGI Day Convinced that dialogue is the sure and certain path to peace, SGI President Daisaku Ikeda has released peace proposals on January 26, SGI's founding anniversary. This year, he urges human rights focus as key to resolving global issues and abolishing nuclear weapons.
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Buddist association for peace, culture and education.

The SGI is a lay Buddhist organization with members in over 190 countries and territories across the globe.

Mission: The SGI is based on the teachings and philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism, which places the highest emphasis on the sanctity of life. Members seek, through their practice of Buddhism, to develop the ability to live with confidence, to create value in any circumstance and to contribute to the well-being of friends, family and community. Our philosophy is rooted in the concept of "human revolution," a process of inner transformation through Buddhist practice. It is a process that leads us to develop our character and to act not only for our personal fulfillment but also for the betterment of society. We believe that happiness is being able to experience profound joy that comes from never being defeated by any problem in life. In fact, we use life's challenges as catalysts to deepen and expand our inner lives. True happiness results from our efforts to manifest our highest potential—wisdom, compassion, courage and vitality. The SGI-USA is the American branch of the SGI network, with more than 2,600 neighborhood discussion groups and nearly 100 SGI-USA centers throughout the country. The core activity for all SGI-USA members is the neighborhood discussion meeting. These informal gatherings bring people together for Buddhist prayer, study, sharing and discussion of ways Buddhism can be applied to the challenges of daily living.

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DJ'ing from the Patio - How Buddhists Create Hope Amidst COVID-19

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Brandon Poythress breaks out his DJ setup, playing music for the neighborhood, creating hope in the community!

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The cherry blossoms are blooming around the Soka Gakkai Headquarters in Shinanomachi, Shinjuku, Tokyo

"No matter how long the cold, bleak days of winter may continue, winter always turns to spring. This is the law of the universe and the law of life. As long as we hold on to hope, spring is sure to come."
ーDaisaku Ikeda

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A Response to the New Coronavirus –

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[01/01/20]   Happy New Year!! Wishing everyone a happy victorious and healthy 2020 - The Year of Advancement and Capable People.

Below are the details for the New Years Gongyo Meetings tomorrow morning (Jan 1, 2020):

Albuquerque - 11:00 am at the SGI Center
1911 Sunshine Terrace SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

Northern New Mexico - 11:00 am at the KRG location
4100 Office Drive, Suite 608
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Buddhism Day by Day Wisdom for Daily life. Dec 2nd Daisaku Ikeda

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The Buddhist Response to Violence and Hatred - World Tribune

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worldtribune.org The following are responses from SGI-USA leaders in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, following the recent mass shootings there, as well as a determination from a new member who experienced the loss of 10 family members in the Sutherland Springs, Texas, shootings in 2017. The District Is Where We Wi...

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Southwest Zone 1 Million Dialogue Movement | SGI-NM

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sgi-nm.org The Southwest Zone has commenced a movement to conduct 1 million faith-based dialogues, personal encouragements, home visits, and conversations to share Buddhism in 2015. Report your Dialogue Here!

[07/30/13]   We have power again so the community center is open again. Please be aware that there is still construction to be done to complete the repairs.

[07/29/13]   Just to let everyone know, Our local Community center is currently closed due to damages from the wind and rain on Friday night. There are multiple trees that were uprooted which in turn have knocked over a few power poles in the area, including one which is leaning against our Center. There are downed power lines in the parking lot as well. We will post more as repairs are underway.

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[02/10/13]   Endo: With regard to prayer, people frequently bring up the problem of extraneous thoughts occurring to them while they are chanting.
President Ikeda: There is nothing wrong with having an active mind while chanting. This is a natural human tendency. The important thing is to face the Gohonzon just as we are, without affectation.
Having extraneous thoughts is an inherent part of our lives in that we are entities of the principle of three thousand realms in a single moment of life. Therefore, through daimoku we can turn even those thoughts into benefit.
There are no rules governing how we should pray. There’s no need to be something we aren’t. Even if we were to try to control our thoughts by making our prayer rigid and forced, our minds would still tend to wander. As we deepen our faith, we also strengthen our ability to concentrate.
Actually, since the thoughts or ideas that come to mind as we chant represent issues that concern us at the moment, we should not consider them extraneous. Instead, we should pray earnestly about each one, whatever it may be. Rather than chant only about large issues, we should pray specifically about every issue we face, winning over each one and strengthening our foundation as we go.
There is of course no need to be tense or nervous when praying. What matters is that we are completely ourselves. (The Wisdom of the Lotus Sutra, Vol. VI pp. 108-09)

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Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico - Transforming the Human Spirit Exhibit

sgi-nm.org National Museum of Nuclear Science and History601 Eubank Blvd SEAlbuquerque, NM 87123www.nuclearmuseum.org/ Opening night: Friday, September 28th, 2012 - 5:30pmExhibit runs through October 28th, 2012 After overcoming many obstacles we did it!This wonderful

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Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico - Transforming the Human Spirit Exhibit

sgi-nm.org National Museum of Nuclear Science and History601 Eubank Blvd SEAlbuquerque, NM 87123www.nuclearmuseum.org/ Opening night: Friday, September 28th, 2012 - 5:30pmExhibit runs through October 28th, 2012 After overcoming many obstacles we did it!This wonderful

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Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico - Transforming the Human Spirit Exhibit

Transforming the Human Spirit Exhibit is coming to NM September 28th. Visit our site for more details.
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sgi-nm.org National Museum of Nuclear Science and History601 Eubank Blvd SEAlbuquerque, NM 87123www.nuclearmuseum.org/ Opening night: Friday, September 28th, 2012 - 5:30pmExhibit runs through October 28th, 2012 After overcoming many obstacles we did it!This wonderful

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Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico - Calendars & Upcoming Events

Northern New Mexico Calendars are now online on our site. We are asking the members from there to visit the site often and please let us know if you see any errors, so we can correct them right away. If you have questions about the calendars, please use the contact us link to send us an email. Thanks
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[04/01/12]   Thank you to everyone who attended Kosen-rufu Gongyo today! Congratulations to our newly-appointed leaders. The HQLM video was awesome. What an encouraging morning! ありがとうございます ! Thank you very much! Muchas gracias!

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The Essentials Series Exam Part 2 will be held in March instead of April, so find a partner and study up. Only those who have passed the introductory exam in 2010 or 2011 are elegible to take the Essentials 3-part series. This series can be taken out of sequence and is not mandatory to have passed part 1. Contact you local leaders for the time and location of your exam. We will post the locations and times on our local website in mid February. www.sgi-nm.org

sgi-nm.org Soka Gakkai International New Mexico Buddhist Center. We are located near the sports stadiums and the airport in South East Albuquerque, and there are small discussion meetings through out New Mexico.

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MLK Chapel: Gandhi, King, Ikeda Video

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This exhibit conveys the themes and pivotal episodes consistent within the lives of the men for whom this prize is named. By doing so, it is hoped viewers wi...

[01/02/12]   Thank you everyone for a fantastic New Year's Gongyo! Let's work together toward a victorious 2012 with no regrets and absolute victory. It was so wonderful to see everybody again!!!

- Matt

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Zach Wahls Speaks About Family

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Zach Wahls, a 19-year-old University of Iowa student spoke about the strength of his family during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa Hou...

Janurary Gosho Study

sgi-nm.org The Gosho for Janurary is "A Father Takes Faith"Unity and Human Revolution Are the Keys to Victory in Our Efforts for Kosen-rufuThe passage for study is in the Janurary 2012 Living Buddhism beginning on page 22. The full gosho is in WND Vol 1 pages 845 - 847.

Online Publications

sgi-nm.org Did you know you can now view you Living Buddhism, and World Tribune subscriptions online. These are now availible through the SGI-USA member portal. e-editions of La Tribuna del Mundo/Esperanza, Seikyo Shimbun, and Daibyakurenge are comming soon. The address is https://portal.sgi-usa.org/portal/Log...

December Gosho Study

sgi-nm.org The Gosho for December is "On the Offering of a Mud Pie" Youth, Be Proud Successors to the Struggle To Restore the True Spirit of Buddhism!Check your calenders for the time and location of the study meetings.

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Our site has been updated. Calendars are now available online.

sgi-nm.org Soka Gakkai International New Mexico Buddhist Center. We are located near the sports stadiums and the airport in South East Albuquerque, and there are small discussion meetings through out New Mexico.

[11/12/11]   We wish to say thanks to all the members who help to clean our local community center.

Soka Gakkai International - New Mexico - Calendars & Upcoming Events

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Group Photo from the Joint YMD/MD Meeting on August 27, 2011
Thank You Sensei!

[08/28/11]   Thank you to all the men and young men who came to this morning's meeting. It was a great success! And a special thanks to the women's and young women's division who came to support the meeting; your efforts are truly appreciated! Thank you everyone!

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1911 Sunshine Ter SE
Albuquerque, NM
87106

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