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The New Human Revolution opens on October 2, 1960, the day that Shin’ichi Yamamoto (Daisaku Ikeda’s pen name), having succeeded Josei Toda as the third president of the Soka Gakkai, embarks on a historic journey for peace that takes him to nine cities in three countries — the United States, Canada and Brazil. Shin’ichi had taken on the accomplishment of global kosen-rufu a The New Human Revolution opens on October 2, 1960, the day that Shin’ichi Yamamoto (Daisaku Ikeda’s pen name), having succeeded Josei Toda as the third president of the Soka Gakkai, embarks on a historic journey for peace that takes him to nine cities in three countries — the United States, Canada and Brazil. Shin’ichi had taken on the accomplishment of global kosen-rufu as his life’s mission. One purpose of the trip was to offer encouragement and guidance in faith to Soka Gakkai members in these countries. Another aim was to witness first hand the conditions overseas, with an eye towards shaping plans for the future realisation of kosen-rufu.


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The New Human Revolution opens on October 2, 1960, the day that Shin’ichi Yamamoto (Daisaku Ikeda’s pen name), having succeeded Josei Toda as the third president of the Soka Gakkai, embarks on a historic journey for peace that takes him to nine cities in three countries — the United States, Canada and Brazil. Shin’ichi had taken on the accomplishment of global kosen-rufu a The New Human Revolution opens on October 2, 1960, the day that Shin’ichi Yamamoto (Daisaku Ikeda’s pen name), having succeeded Josei Toda as the third president of the Soka Gakkai, embarks on a historic journey for peace that takes him to nine cities in three countries — the United States, Canada and Brazil. Shin’ichi had taken on the accomplishment of global kosen-rufu as his life’s mission. One purpose of the trip was to offer encouragement and guidance in faith to Soka Gakkai members in these countries. Another aim was to witness first hand the conditions overseas, with an eye towards shaping plans for the future realisation of kosen-rufu.

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