First Hancho Training Meeting

Posted: November 17, 2015 in Uncategorized
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by James C. Stephens


June 28, 1972

Gary CurtisSoshibucho Gary Curtis gave us guidance tonight at our first Hancho training meeting.

–Your experience should be a smorgasboard.

–Our language should be intelligable.

–Every district meeting like a play. If someone blows it, you rewrite it.

–What do you have to do to get benefits? Give the Gohonzon what you have least of.

–If you haven’t got guts, start being brave. When terribly afraid–that’s when I got the most insight into Gohonzon. POW’s get changed or molded by their captors.

–If you want to do something different, do it three times a week. I am sure you can think of something different to do.

–If a meeting is bad, it your fault. Change it.

–Worse thing is chasing after members. If you’re really living, members will call you.

–If you don’t feel good, lie about it.

–Twist your guts, that’s where Human Revolution comes from.

–If you don’t have members, don’t drop out. Perseverance, just keep on fighting.

–Talk to your leaders. Hell is having no one who you understand or who understands you.

 

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