“It’s enough” mind

Accept the current environment and think about what you can do now

In such a time when people are suffering from coronavirus pandemic crisis, Master Okawa has given a lecture in easy words with examples to live strongly with hope and appreciation for what you are already given. What humanity need now is the basic teachings of Buddhism, of knowing to be content.



【Specifically Recommended to…】

Not only Happy Science members but also those who are suffering from economic and health crises battered by the Coronavirus pandemic, and those who want to change the world for the better, and etc.


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【Points】
“It’s enough” mind means to be content.

◆The essential key is to think about how you can live through 24 hours every day.

◆One of your sufferings comes from having “too much.”

◆Through China, Taiwan, and foreign affairs, learn the importance of protecting the system of justice, human rights, and democracy.

◆Tough times never continue for so long but tough people do. Spread these teachings of hope to overcome setbacks.

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【Related recommendations】

Lecture:

‘A Lecture on “The Developmental Stages of Love-the Original Theory”‘


Spiritual Message:

“Spiritual Messages from Metatron-The Light in the Age of Crisis”

“Spiritual Messages from Yaidron ‘How to Stop the Collapse of the World’”


Kyouten:
English Lecture Series “On Happiness” (Available only at Happy Science Temples)
English Lecture Series “The Human Condition/Beyond This World” (Available only at Happy Science Temples)

“The True Eightfold Path”

“Rojin”

El Cantare Ryuho Okawa Original Songs

“A song celebrating Lord God” (English version available from December!)
With Savior

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