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Gosho 南部六郎殿御書 On the Nation’s Slander of the Law

南部六郎殿御書

On the Nation’s Slander of the Law

Letter to Nambu Rokurō


文永八年五月十六日 五十歳御作

May 16, 1271 (Age: 50)


眠れる師子(しし)に手を付けざれば(いか)らず、

If one does not touch the sleeping lion, one will suffer no anger.

If one does not disturb a sleeping lion, it will not roar.

(ながれ)にさをを立てざれば(なみ)立たず、

If one does not plant the pole in the stream, one will raise no waves.

If one does not drive a stake into a swiftly flowing river, the surface of the water will not ripple.

謗法(ほうぼう)()(しゃく)せざれば()(なん)なし。

And if one does not reproach those who slander the Law, one will undergo no hardship.

If a person does not refute others’ erroneous teachings, he will not encounter various hardships.

()(ぜん)比丘(びく)あって法を(やぶ)る者を見て置いて呵嘖せずんば」の()の字を()それずんば今は()し、後を御らんぜよ、()(けん)地獄(うたがい)無し。

“If even a good monk sees someone destroying the teaching and disregards him, failing to reproach him …” If you have no qualms about the word “disregard,” then all may be fine for you at present, but you may be certain that later you will fall into the hell of incessant suffering !

[The Buddha admonishes,] “Suppose a decent priest becomes aware of one who slanders the correct Law. If he lets the slanderer be, without reproaching him, [expelling, and correcting him by exposing his faults, we should know that this priest is an enemy of Buddhism.]” If one ignores this admonishment, then although he may be all right for now, he should wait and see what follows. Without a doubt, he will fall into the hell of incessant suffering.


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by johsei1129 | 2016-12-10 17:46 | PASSAGE OF NICHIREN | Comments(0)


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