Basic Concepts of
the Framework of TEN-DOU
Essentially, the Way is the
truth through out the macrocosm and the great activity of
living beings. Any words fail to describe the magnificence of its activities such as the
movement control of the heavenly bodies, maintenance and fostering of the natural
phenomena and beings. So Lao-tse said, gthe heaven gets eOnef so as to be pure,
and the earth gets eOnef so as to keep peace. Astronomy and geography both have
mastered a part of the truth.
There is a eWayf the
human beings should go to the end. Their brilliant souls control
onefs both body and mind without cessation from the cradle to the grave, so that
anybody would be endowed with the perfection of his body, mind and spirit enable to
keep bodily health and mental peace without any adherence to the reincarnation. As
an ancient Saint sighed gonefs mind must be apt to stray from the right wayh, so
one's both body and mind are going astray easily as a result and they are going to
lose the harmony with ease. Unless a man would watch the mind of Heaven and act
accordingly to the last detail, his body might be in disorder and his mind be
disturbed as well, so that the circulation speed of the reincarnation would be
increased to say nothing of its cessation.
As Lao-tse said once ga
mercy will follow after the great wayh, so the Way of mercy
has been revealed now in the world in order to spread the Truth for the savingfs sake
of the humankind. The history of the Way for four to five thousand years must have
been that of the training as well as the missionary work of the successive Saints.
Anybody who are now living in the general Salvation age and have been initiated into
the Way and going to spread it, shall be needed to make out the above-mentioned
significance and object of the Way.
The missionary work is one
of the works for the Way, the practice to spread the Way
or train oneself in the Way. A man should work for the Way upon reflection of himself.
A man should correct his badness, strengthen his goodness so as to keep his body
as well as mind purified. For this purpose, a man should judge the propriety of things
or right and wrong with an excellent wisdom naturally after the way of the ancient
Saints. Whoever would train oneself in the Way could sure spread the Way among
As Confucius said before
ga man can hardly obtain any virtue without neighbourfs
helph and as the old saying goes gany fruits trees would speak nothing at all,
nevertheless a path could be made to get their field some day naturallyh, so anybody
who is training himself in the Way would never fail to find somebody else having
something to do with him in his neighbourhood. Each of your words and deeds
would be so deeply impressed on onefs mind as to make him take the Way to
Heaven. The result of this kind should not have been caused by your skill in talking
but influenced by your virtue. Anyone should consider deliberately how could one
cultivate his virtues. To spread the Way is not merely to lead a man to be initiated, but
to practice in the Way for yourself on one hand and the other enlighten the man
availing yourself of his initiation opportunity on how to train himself in the Way.
There are a lot of jobs in
the Way. Therefs somebody manages a TEN-DAN, someone
plays a role of initiation ceremony, someone enlightens the other and someone else
deals with the books published by TEN-DOU. These jobs are a series to support the
missionary work of the Way, which could make one something of oneself and save
the public as well. Until the end of this third generation, three thousand and six
hundred of (3-6) Saints and forty-eight thousand of (4-8) men of wisdom are now
going to be elected by Heaven. These 3-6 and 4-8 members are expected to
distinguish themselves in accordance with the reincarnation of MI-ROKU to do their
best to reveal the White-generation on account of the general Salvation.
Whoever have been initiated
or going to train themselves in the Way, should fulfil
such duties within the framework of TEN-DOU that promote the ascension of souls,
open both the initiation and enlightenment opportunity world-widely to the public and
make much of the talent fostering. There are so many men found who might fall into
the hell in their lives nevertheless they were initiated years ago, while there were
someone ascended to Heaven without initiation. These facts must have something to
do with onefs attitude to the Way whether he trained in it or not after he had been
initiated into it, which Heaven could observe and perceive evidently.
Anybody whoever is teaching
and leading the juniors within the framework of
TEN-DOU should assimilate the Way first after such saying as gall the stars go
around the central sphere where the pole-star occupiesh. Neither your word nor your
authority could affect others, nothing but a virtue could move a man to practice the
When you would assign a
person to a position, you should observe him well and see
through his abilities, so as to put the right man in the right post. You might as well
influence a person by your soft heart to make himself familiar with the post.
Any representative member
whoever is in responsible position ought to work in
closer cooperation each other, to be deliberate in council and prompt in action.
Because his responsibility would be too grave to be easily fulfilled and it would take
a long time for him to accomplish it. A man should never fail to start from near place
for further destination and begin by securing a lower foothold in order to make an
ascent of a higher mountain without fail.
As anyone who holds a post usually would be troubled
with official affairs or
something, so he should make an exhaustive cooperation members on account of
practicing the Way. You should bear in mind anything happen to get you into trouble
both in mentally and physically meanings must be a means of saving yourself. To
save to oneself is saving others at the same time.
So-called eBuddhafs practicef to seek for
BO-DAI (post of Buddha) so as to save the
public doesnft aim to obtain two objects, but it means that the public could be saved
because an ascetic would seek for his way to become a Buddha. As a man trains
himself, so another is saved. You have to consider this point so as to comprehend
what it means. Heaven never fails to protect, guard and support the man who is
going to practice the Way.
Now let me close the description of the first series
of a lecture in regard to the
framework of the Way. The word and phrase used in it must involve Godfs will one
by one. It is the way a human nature ought to practice that you are going to do with,
which would show you how to train yourself and how to spread it as well. The
framework is fixed in order to make a man train himself easily in the Way. If only a
man could make out clearly how he would practice it, he would come to know of the
basic concepts evidently.
My dear students! If you might happen to meet with a
problem you could hardly
dissolve on your way to promote TEN-DOU, you should ask me for help. So, I will
show you the solution one by one without sparing myself. Now, you must have
understood what you have to do. And, finally, I advise you that you would find it a
hard way to practice and fulfill the Way.
(B) The fundamentals and the specifics of
am worrying in my heart that the Way have not yet been spreading world-wide
among countries, nevertheless three generations have passed since the foundation
of TEN-DOU established first in the human world.
However difficult to be
initiated into the great Way for the people except somebody
who could have already overcome SHI-NAN (the big four obstacles*), but when would
the Way be able to achieve its aims, unless people do their best to practice it as far as
the restriction might permit? For this reason, anyone who might be daunted so as to
come to a deadlock of the Way, would be far from meeting RAUMfs wishes and might
as well break His heart.
It was thirty years since I
came Home that the framework of TEN-DOU was first set up
and the holy place was thoroughly furnished; if this opportunity might cause the Way
to promote, I could not only have my former wishes fulfilled easily but also put RAUM
at His ease, I think. Although I have made my plan for this legislative procedure ever
since I was in the world, but I have been compelled to wait till the time is ripe in
Japan, because I couldnft afford the opportunity to carry out it resolutely under
eThe greater calibre a
man carries, the longer he takes to mature (Rome was not built
in a day)f. I have never delayed revealing the conception of this plan in the world to
no purpose, but on account of the making preparations for the institutional
consolidation, that is, for the fostering sake of men of ability to be the founders while
in the early time of the recent age.
It goes without saying that
any form shall hardly be fixed without any exemplary
model. I am sure, it would be consistent with the reason of numeration naturally that
a man had hardly waited for a while until people could grow up before he would form
a firm framework.
In Heaven, a large number
of Buddha and Masters was already sent forth to all the
spiritual worlds under the control of both TEN-BAN and DOU-BAN according to the
command of RAUM, so that they are executing each mission in cooperation with
other and managed in perfect working order. But in the human world, people
couldn't avoid relying upon the godsf leadership from start to finish because itfs too
early in their history to provide for the management, which might cause their slow
progress in the Way.
From now you will have to
meet with the time to shift the leadership of the
cooperation with gods onto yourself in order to set about the great Salvation in
earnest. Therefore, I exhort you to amplify precisely the great framework consist of
the immovable fundamentals and the present specifics of the Way. For that purpose I
have made out your basic thoughts and spirits to cope with the great business so as
to call your attention to make preparation for it.
(*) SHI-NAN (the big four obstacles)
1. To come into a human being.
2. To be born in the place where TEN-DOU is prevailing.
3. To encounter with the Way.
4. To meet with the Master (to be initiated into the Way).
[Chapter 1] History
1. Both the Sovereignties by the seven Buddha and
the Salvation by the successive
three Buddha form the essential artery for the Mission of Heaven in TEN-DOU, which
is going to perform an epoch-making event finally in the third generation to prove the
great achievement as a result of the right Way. In consequence of the
interdependent achievements of both political and religious tasks, every activity
such as politics, economy, agriculture, education and so forth will develop as a part
of the works for the Way on a world scale after MAK-KYOU upon the basis of the
general Salvation throughout the White generation. Hence, we are going to create the
prototype of the earthly Paradise so as to make preparations for the future.
2. Both general mission of the Salvation of souls and the
be the final goal to be attained through the White-generation. No effect can be yielded
without cause. Therefore, if a man would achieve the great undertaking throughout
MAN-HATI (ten thousand and eight hundred years lasting Paradise), he should make
out it for the present. I hope you will have a constructive idea of it within three GEN
3. DAI-GAKU (*) says that anyone who wants to reveal
his country first; and he who wants to govern his country arranges his house first.
So, you have to arrange the framework of the Way so as to govern the country and
as a result reveal its name to the world. That is, as far as you want to spread the Way
all over the world, the time is drawing near that you shall fix the framework of the
Way and show the general principles of it.
(*) DAI-GAKU: One of the big four Confucian scriptures.
4. As regards the nomination of the mission of
Heaven in the third generation, the
traditional erelay racef formula gave place to the current open system, which is
prevailed between the Teacher in Heaven and the pupils in the world entirely based
on the mutual response. As I donft live in the world any longer, so I fear lest not a few
sects might dare change the communication system into another so as to disturb
the mission. Hence, people should strengthen the basis of JIN-BAN (TEN-DOU on the
earth) connected directly with DOU-BAN (TEN-DOU in Heaven) immovable forever
despite the transition of period.
5. Eternal and delicate institution of the work and
system of the dogma prevailed in the
Way both of them are major premise essential to fulfil the great mission of the
general Salvation and the Unification. As far as a big framework stands firm, no
organization shall be destroyed; nobody shall go astray so long as he is sure of the
doctrine. It depends nothing but on these provisions whether a man could bring
together and bring up a lot of men of abilities from among the world.
6. The mission was succeeded round men one after
another through the Blue- and
Red-generation, while in the White-generation men are succeeded around the
mission. If the destiny of the Way or the mission depends upon the fate of mankind,
it must be said far from the general Salvation done by Heaven. You should make
sure of such a firm personnel management system free from the influence of any
external trend, so that you could put the right man in the right place at any time in
order to secure the eternal prosperity of the Way.
7. As you will be busily occupied with sudden
affairs one after another before
MAK-KYOU, so you will have to take measures suited to the occasion enable to
receive a numerous people to be initiated in a short term and deal with other
crowded schedule. The initiation system has already alter its stance from closed to
open style so that you will be forced to remake some parts of organization meet with
the demand from every direction.
are facing up to the age when the public will weigh the power of the Way, mission, so you might have prompt in action, you as a man sacrifices
hence you have to create an ideal system enables to follow the past in order to open
the future. As you are a man of virtue working under my
nothing to fear for. Whenever you would decide anything in time, you will never
worry about anything may follow; and whatsoever you will be
might as well perform a wonderful achievement in the future. Whoever knows of time
to act according to Godfs will must be a man of wisdom. As long
himself for the mission of Heaven in good faith, no obstacle could stand in his way.
You shall be always ready for emergencies, so as to build the utmost solemn huge
palace with the help of both mental and physical power of the public.
mission, so you might have prompt in action, you as a man sacrifices
prompt in action, you as a man sacrifices
[Chapter 2] Purport
The people governed the
world by laws of the Way in ancient ages, while the nation
ruled the whole realm by the rights in modern ages.
The virtue is too difficult
to acquire but easy to command, while the power is too easy
to seize but difficult to control. Hence I am afraid that the people would not take care
to cultivate a virtue but be eager for an authority to no purpose in the future. The
reason why I dare make out the order herein is to settle on the mass of virtue for the
essential personnel organization. You shall never, on the contrary, post a person
mechanically or treat a man for the sake of either appearance or favouritism so as to
make much of the honour and the authority. The purport of this theme aims at a
rather moderate organization as if it were built in such ancient ages as ruled by
GHOU and SHUN who used to say gI am a man of too small calibre to be an emperorh
and gthe public know who is worthy of their emperorh until any of them ascended
the throne. Concrete activities in accord with this purport are as follows:
Firstly, centralize a number of talents on the one
hand and the other detach men of
abilities as a whole among the world so as to promote the meeting and parting of
manpower at the same time!
Secondly, cultivate the characteristics each of the
local missions originally on the
one hand and the other make the centralism penetrate into them so as to strengthen
their desires to stand on their own feet and to return to the centre at the same time!
Thirdly, fade any biased view correctly on the one
hand and the other cultivate the
typical virtues purely so as to realize both neutralism and idealism at the same time!
Fourthly, distinguish jobs
adequate to the sex reasonably on the one hand and the
other let people share in their jobs according to their age fairly so as to put the right
man in the right post!
Fifthly, place an exclusive
duty upon a person on the one hand and the other inspect
each job in detail so as to attain the specialization and the perfection of the work at
the same time!
Sixthly, simplify any
complicated form of works on the one hand and the other
arrange a functional procedure rapidly so as to rationalize their processes and treat
them according to circumstances at the same time!
Seventhly, bring about good
sympathetic understandings among the people on the
one hand and the other change the feeling of confrontation into love and respect so
as to breed an intimate and a familiar terms among them!
Eighthly, cultivate a
mutual friendship among missions properly on the one hand
and the other promote each original missionary activity here and there so as to help
forward their unity and independence at the same time!
Ninthly, make the people
practice in the inside asceticism strictly on the one hand
and the other engage in the outside activities perpetually so as to let them continue
inner training and outer spreading the Way at the same time!
Tenthly, make sure you
succeed the traditional affaires on the one hand and the
other make the most use of various progressive ideas so as to adhere to
conservation as well as innovation of the work at the same time!
You shall maintain the
vertical relationship between the general and the local
missions tightly on the one hand and the other keep the horizontal relationship
among the working sections firmly so as to increase a tendency of the Way toward
justice as exhaustive as possible. The work of the Way is immovable, while its
fortune is flexible. Hence, you shall assemble a consistent framework of the Way on
account of drawing a plan for the new age on its basis, and improve on it step by
step to perfection so as to get an ideal one at last.
Additionally, when you talk
about the above-mentioned themes, you shall never
mistake the means for the end such matters as making much of the appearance
ignored the import, something like that a man makes rather much of cap and shoes
than head and feet, or a man too careful about dress may cause an internal disease.
You shall never force people to put to use a limited standard of judgement based on
your experience and thought as a general rule applicable to works for the Way. You
shall never guess the future of the Way according to your own narrow view and
knowledge. You shall never stick to a part so that you will miss the whole. Never be
covered with a single matter so as to lose a reason. You shall be biased toward
neither passion nor theory. You shall never miss a large view of things nor stick at
trifles. However well you might learn about the ancient manners, you should never
be attached to them. You shall never be fascinated with anything unknown to be
revealed. Whenever you would meet with an old affaires, you should think of their
improvement if possible so as to find out a new frontier of making better use of them.
You shall develop the
positive innovation characteristics extensively on the one
hand and the other bear the traditional steadiness in mind so as to create ten
thousand years of the plan, framework and foundation of the Way from the whole
country, all the world and eternal view point.
[Chapter 3] Leadership
The board of directors (RYOU-DOU
RI-JI-KAI; the chair man is called RYOU-DOU
RI-JI-CHOU) executes the Mission of Heaven so as to control all the works of the
Way systematically in peace and quiet. Such leadership forms the pith and morrow
of the Way based on the constitution of TEN-DOU.
Ancient Chinese emperors
KOU-TEI, GYOU and SHUN had so many prominent
subjects as to conquer the whole realm. Their policies consisted of such a moral as
decorum nothing but to assume a low posture. Their men of ability often went out of
the door in order to contact with the nation world-widely, as if they had been brains
and limbs of their lords.
RI-JI-CHOU (the chairman)
should perform the office so as to have the ear of the
member without stirring about in order to grasp the full particulars of the Way at his
office. The more hours he would move about or the longer way he would go, the
easier the member might come to a deadlock and lose sight of the centre so as to go
Anyone responsible to the mission of Heaven for his work of
the Way should have to
devote himself to its whole works so as to fulfil his duty directly. If a man who is in a
position of a director would oppose the chairman of the board of directors on
account of his selfish view or feeling faithlessly, he might as well bring the situation
of the Way to a crisis. If a man would have got a post as a director once, he should
make much of the public wish and will so as to refrain from any private opinions or
thoughts. He should meet the others with mild face and merciful mind, behave
modestly in accordance with the nature and speak politely according to the others.
As far as a man dare take the initiative in meeting with distress or hardness, so the
people would sure be willing to support him despite any difficulties and obey him
faithfully. The mercy used to win the public mind. It must be a merciless man that
has been hated and shunned by his juniors for long. Another person is a mirror to
show one a picture of his virtue on it. If a man esteems another, so he is respected;
loves another, so he is adored and as long as he takes another in hand, he will work.
A saint would see and hear anything with eyes and ears of a god, while he would
judge anything from a viewpoint of the public. Any senior should have his own mind
be made over into that of his junior and think about anything like a DOU-SHIN.
an ancient saying gas far as a lord is a man of faith, the nation will trust
moreover if he is a man of magnanimity, they will sure yearn for himh goes, so no
one would betray a man of faith. Anyone should make little of neither a mind nor a
virtue. If a man of low virtue might get a high post, he couldnft avoid having a fall
from it; and if a powerless man might have an authority, it would cause his downfall
without fail. A river those source is pure flows in order, while those head is muddy
flows in disorder. A delay in the upper circle causes a pause in the lower. If the
upper retires, the lower stops. As long as a man would lead followers properly,
should anyone dare act incorrectly? How could a man lead well others who cannot
afford to control himself? Anybody who would give a treat or curry favour with a
man of power so as to become a hypocrite should be the most harmful and the least
useful person to the world. The majority justice should be free from both personal
relatives and private affairs. You should make out the distinction between public and
personal matters definitely, keep away any private affairs so as to make much of the
outside men of abilities. In addition, you should keep it a rule to conform to the rules
so as to give up your private opinions.
(loss)f, one out of sixty four expressions used in EKI (divination), doesnft
something disadvantageous to the lower circle of society and advantageous to the
upper but it means that there is nothing like disadvantage to the upper on account of
advantage to the lower for the public. As long as you want to secure the Way, the
senior should first and foremost make it a rule to content himself with valueless jobs
in order to favour the junior with fruitful works thoroughly, so that the former would
conceal himself so as to support the latter and make the others rise in the world. The
senior might as well be willing to make himself a catfs-paw of the junior. The rise and
fall of the Way depends on how the upper behaves. Anybody who have gone into
retirement as soon as he had achieved something must be said a man of virtue
accords with the Way to Heaven,
[Chapter 4] Appointment
As you know, SHUU (an
ancient Chinese emperor) used to meet with men of wisdom
as soon as they came into his house, with such frequency that he dressed his hair
on the instant three times in a shampoo and he spat out food from his mouth three
times in a meal, for he was very much afraid that he might have lost their faith
because of his slow reception. If you would be eager to scout for a man of ability,
you should get the meal out of your mind; and as long as you would be enlightening
them, you should have to decrease your hours of sleep. It goes without saying that it
is difficult to get a right man for the job to start a new enterprise, notwithstanding it
would be sure much harder to secure a man fit for its maintenance. The future of an
enterprise would be dominated by the quality of good talents it could secure.
TEN-DOU could make good progress in future without fail, unless you might neglect
the education and the enlightenment of the peoplecespecially youth going on the
Way. This is the primary object of the Way.
It is a phrase written in
SHO-KYOU (a writing made by Confucius) that you should
want talent world-widely to be your successor, which implies that there is a man
before the Way. Any senior should first thing do all he can foster his good
successor. You should neither keep the eternal Mission of the Teacher from the
public on account of your honour nor break your line. You should also enlarge a
gateway to success so as to secure men and opportunities as well. You should
adopt any available proposal after the inspection to the last detail with the utmost
careful consideration not to overlook any good word so that you could appoint all
the men of abilities without connivance. If only you would accept and raise a man
with a real modesty, after the example that the emperor BUN treated the minister
TAI-KOU-BOU with the utmost courtesy, all the men of wisdom would be sure to get
Where there is virtue,
there is a man; where there is a man there is a matter. Where
there is a matter, there is a fortune. Why would you mind if you could find neither
fortune nor matter within your reach? You should be worried about that you would
want a man of ability and the more you should be ashamed that you might have few
virtue. Whatever the public might desire, the world would sure to follow it. Therefore,
it must be caused by want of the necessity to be used that both matter and fortune
have not yet been revealed.
Any business founder used
to verify his name first. When a man would make out his
job and make sure of his post, Heaven would provide a man of help to him, prepare a
matter and yield a fortune. So that you shall neither spare effort to make yourself
familiar with anyone else, nor miss any available good chance nor lose a generosity
to leave your business in otherfs charge.
Anybody must have a roll to
play. If there were three men ready for some
cooperative job, a suitable office should certainly be found, however little power
each of them might have. An ancient Chinese king TOU said, gthe end justifies every
possible means in order to promote a man of wisdom as far as it is done without
bias.h And another king BUN said, gas long as a king treats the nation, just like a
parent takes care of child, so they come to love him.h So far as the appointment of
talent is concerned, anyone should have nothing to do with the matter of likes and
dislikes, familiarity and estrangement, the high and low as well as any religion and
belief. Whenever you would manage a man, you should care for him mercifully as if
he were you yourself suffered from a pain. As long as you would get on well with the
public from motherfs affection like Heaven and Teacherfs heart, they should never
leave you even for a moment.
[Chapter 5] Acceptance
The ancient emperors and
saints attained a lot of great achievements, nevertheless
which the later generations could have seldom been informed of, unless their
successor might have done their best to report them. As you know, there were
devotions done by four hundred million of nameless SHIN-JIN (souls of saints) and
heroic sacrifices done by disciples of the big five religions to have the 64th Masters
appear in the world. As there is no earth where there is no heaven, so there is no
heaven where there is no earth. Moon needs sunshine to shine itself, much the
same, appointment and acceptance are indivisible each other like pupil and teacher.
No matter how eternally lofty ideals a man might have entertained, his effort should
come to naught, if it were not for a man who would practice it even a day. You should
remember that physical body could hardly have good health without any internal
organs, and Chinese calendar could seldom put its original astrological arrangement
in order without a day out of a year at all.
No Heaven affairs would be
achieved without any kind of various miscellaneous
tasks in the Way. Each mission of a man and a matter may well be far and wide, and
his duty must be serious. Whenever people would help and lead each other, they
could expect to have multiplied effects; much the same effects you might have in the
case you would run with your both legs further than the case with one leg, and the
difference between both cases should be multiplied with time. If you want to harvest
good fruits of the age, you have to make the root of the ancient age so deeply spread
as to make the stem of the modern age thicken. You have to be trembling with fear of
your seniors and terrified of being observed by your juniors all the time, so that you
would be able to fulfil your duties and take full responsibilities for your actions so as
to influence your seniors and reflect your deeds upon your juniors.
A Chinese phoenix could fly
no less than ninety thousand miles at a stroke, while
cattle could go a few miles at the outside a whole day and light, both of them might as
well do their best desperately nevertheless. You should be neither too optimistic nor
too pessimistic. However slow your business might be, as long as you would be
stoically roused unyieldingly, no attempt should fail. The reason why an attempt
might have failed is not its impossibility but onefs idleness. So, you should make little
of yourself and make much of your mission, do your best to progress in your
business nervously, alter your lifestyle step by step, outgrow your former self day by
day, so that you would get ripe and mellow year by year. No matter how many your
seniors might die in harness and your juniors would come and go, you should never
neglect the works of the Way but spread them notwithstanding.
Blue is bluer than indigo
even if the former comes from the latter; ice is colder than
water despite their essential identity. I hope, you should learn from your seniors so
as to deepen further into the knowledge and succeed their business so as to make it
be more prospering than before. As far as the business is concerned, be devoutly to
succeed, carefully to treat and mercifully to transfer. You should respect Heaven like
worship your parents, meet with the public like care for your children. You should
not slight your seniors but respect them and never take liberties with your juniors
but do mercies for them. Seniors should never conceal the Way and junior never
neglect it. Any junior should make it a rule to act as a substitute for his seniors while
they are in any difficulties and sacrifice his great achievement for them if any, so that
he might as well act a man of good faith to retire into himself on account of saving
otherfs face. As far as you would obey these advices, you will never fail to be of
eternal use to both Heaven and the world. As a mission given to a man is not a
temporary post available for his life only but a permanent clamp enable him to hand
his connection with the Way over to his descendants successively, so that you
should do your best to fulfil your duties one after another so as to become such an
earnest faithful pupil as to be handed down his honour from generation to
Thatfs all I have to talk
about the fundamentals
and the specifics of the framework. I
wish, you would amplify and practice them.
Even though a man might create something concrete, it would
come to naught
without his heart. You have to bear in mind thoroughly to create the framework of the
Way not for the appearance sake but for the practical use of spreading it all over the
world so as to realize an ideal government of Heaven. There is five thousand years
lasting history of the Way before businesses shall be developed in ten thousand and
eight hundred years of HAKU-YOU generation. There will be countless supports and
helps of thousands Buddha expected, so that any mission shall never fail to be
fulfilled and completed under my control within the next ten thousand and eight
Now are the consolidation activities under construction at the
beginning of the last
age just before MAK-KYOU coming and HAKU-YOU opening, so I trust you to create
the more steady and huge foundation as soon as possible.