The Oral Transmission of the Meaning
(J. Ongi Kuden)
Attributed to Nichiren as oral teachings given to his disciple Nikko. Some consider the Ongi Kuden a later compilation.
The Ongi Kuden offers commentary on passages of The Lotus Sutra from the perspective of Nichiren's Buddhism, and refer frequenly to the commentaries of Chih-I, Kuang-Ting and Chan-Jan.
These translations of text from the Ongi Kuden offer another dimension of perspective on the Sutra's meaning.
From Chapter Two on Ways & Means
From Chapter Sixteen on Measuring the Life of The One That Has Come
From Chapter Twenty-Five on The Universal Door of the Bodhisattva Observing the Sounds of the World
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