In November 2000, SGI President Ikeda travelled to Singapore. During that visit, he met with then Singapore President S R Nathan, who commended the positive contributions being made to society by the members of the Singapore Soka Association (SSA). Taking to heart President Ikeda’s guideline to become exemplary citizens, the SSA members are showing admirable […]
A Winning Life
In 2006 Teo Jui Chiang encountered Nichiren Buddhism. Although he could not understand fully what this Buddhism was about, the phrase “changing poison into medicine” struck a chord in him and gave him a deep sense of a new life opening up before him. At that point in his life he had a debt of […]
Appreciative inquiry is the action of asking ourselves if we are letting anything dominate our experiences of interacting with others; asking what has shaped our context, our views of others, how we feel, act or react around certain individuals or groups; how we behave and respond differentially to various individuals or groups for any reasons.