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2018年 11月 24日 ( 2 )


2018年 11月 24日

26. Nichiren Pray for Rain Hard. 5

           Japanese edition

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      From the Biography of Nichiren Daishonin


The Kamakura suburbs.

Under the strong ultraviolet rays, a party of Nichiren go ahead through the country road. They walked the road of the slightly elevated foot of a mountain. A crowd follows them.

There was the pond surrounded by forests.

The party of members spread a straw mat in the edge of pond.

Hokibo and others carried an incense burner and a sutra reading desk and began preparations.

A crowd was disgusted.

"Do they pray in such a remote place?".

“In addition, are they only slight number of this believers?”.

Shijo Kingo quiets audience at the rearmost place.

“Everybody, prayer of the priest Nichiren begin. Please be quiet!”.

Kingo talks gently for the townsfolk and the farmer unusually.

Nichiren took one piece of board out of a chest slowly and wrote a prayer sentence by the writing brush quickly.

And he put a board into the pond slowly and put hands together and chanted "Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, Nam-myoho-renge-kyo" and title three times powerfully.

After this, the religious service that read the chapter of means of the second and the chapter of Buddha's life span of the sixteenth aloud has begun.


Yasumori and Yoritsuna of the clammy foreheads watched the sky reproachfully in the hall of the Kamakura regent.

The flower of the garden is about to die.

Ryoukan walked around the room busily in Gokurakuji. Ryoukan cannot touch the dainty food of the low dining table either. He cannot do anything for oneself tormented by uneasiness.


Sutra-chanting of Nichiren continues.

“’Buddha always holds this thought. How can I do if I let all creatures walk the supreme road and let them gain the existence of Buddha early?’. Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, Nam-myoho-renge-kyo…”.

Hokibo Nikko beats a drum. Nichiren has begun to chant a title to this sound.

Nichiren had given disciples a strict order beforehand, said "Does not stop the chanting until it rains".

Time to fight to a finish came. All disciples of Nichiren, and Kingo and Jonin and Jomyo of the strong believers follow Nichiren with a desperate chanting.

A crowd watched them for a while, but the scorching sky does not have the change.

The person who wave a neck and return appeared.

“Cannot be that it rains. I have stopped being able to believe in anybody”.

At that time, one drop of liquid fell to a big leaf of the side.



Continued to 6


Life of Nichiren. Vol. 1. Contents



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2018年 11月 24日

Gosho 問注得意抄 二 The Points to be Careful of in the Court 2

()成敗(せいばい)甲乙(こうおつ)(しばら)く之を置く。(さき)立ちて(うつ)(ねん)を開発せんか。

Setting aside for the moment the question of outcome, should you not, above all, take this as an opportunity to dispel your worry and gloom?

First of all, you should appeal for everyday discontents as the other problem the right or wrong of the trial.

(ただ)(けん)(じつ)御存知(ごぞんじ)有りと(いえど)も、駿(しゅん)()にも(むち)うつの理(これ)有り。

I know you are well aware of these matters, but sometimes there is a need to apply the whip even to a fine horse.

I know you are aware well of these matters, but sometimes there is a need to apply the whip even to a swift horse.

今日の御出仕(ごしゅっし)公庭に望みての後は、(たと)知音(ちいん)たりと雖も、(ほう)(ばい)に向かひて雑言(ぞうごん)を止めらるべし。

Today, once you have presented yourself and made your appearance in court, you must avoid using rough language with your colleagues, even if you are friendly with them.

Today, once you have gone to the court and appeared to the trial, you must avoid using rough language to your colleagues, even if you are friendly with them.

両方()し合はせの時、()奉行人(ぶぎょうにん)()(ちん)の状(これ)を読むの(きざ)み、何事に付けても御奉行人御尋(おたず)ね無からんの(ほか)は一言をも()だすべからざるか。

When both sides in the case have been summoned before the court, and while the magistrate is reading out the petition of complaint, whatever happens, unless you are questioned by the magistrate, you must not allow a word to pass your lips.

When both sides have been summoned before the court, while the magistrate is reading out the petition of complaint, whatever happens, unless you are questioned by the magistrate, you must not talk even one word.


つづく Continued


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