A Buddhist Podcast – Tatsunokuchi

September 17th, 2007

Well finally we are back with another show! Tonights show is about the letter, The Persecution at Tatsunokuchi. Among all the things we cover we look:

* Background on Tatsunokuchi
* Taurid Arietid Meteor stream, right on time
* Shijo Kingo 16 years without a Gohonzon
* The Master Disciple pipeline
* Big goal = Big life
* Fighting fear
* Postcard from Japan
* Faith is nothing unusual
* Our karmic GPS
* Teachers

Tonight we have “The Music” from David Usher. To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Josei Toda’s declaration against nuclear weapons, we play “Trinity” by Vittoria Conn. Both David and Vittoria are artists on the Podsafe Music Network.
Thank you for listening!
If you have a question or an experience you would like to send us, write to karen(at)thejarretts.com or jason(at)thejarretts.com
If you get a moment, and you would like to, we would really appreciate it if you could write us a review on ITunes. Have a great week!




    Comment by David Ross — September 18, 2007 @ 5:23 pm

  2. Great show! Wonderful music choices, and Jason, your experience is SO inspiring, no wonder it took extra long to prepare. We’re getting ready for your arrival in Sacramento! Again, the sound qality is outstanding.

    Sacramento, U.S.A.

    Comment by Donna in Sacramento — September 19, 2007 @ 4:38 am

  3. Dear Jarrett Family,

    Thank you so much for you work. I have a lengthy commute to work and your podcast esp. the BG&Me keeps my mind off the traffic and lifts my spirit. Your work is an inspriration and I will continue to check you out.

    On a personal note thanks for having it together and sharing this important work in such a strange period in history. May you path to enlightenment and buddhahood be joyful.

    Comment by Bobby Ray — September 19, 2007 @ 2:12 pm

  4. Just saying hello!!! As you know we are promo-ing aBuddhist Podcast and The Buddha Geoff and Me on audio at King’s College London Freshers Fairs 20th and 21st Sep and on into the whole term and session via KCL SGI Buddhist Soc. Few more hits for your downloads then as 2-3K students will hear all about us! Niiiiice!

    Logging in to the buddha’s voice from KCL Waterloo, Guys, Strand and Denmark Hill campuses across SE central London.

    Keep it up team- all your time on this is very appreciated – mega D’s from Kings Roaring Lions!!!!

    Comment by Emma and the gang @ Kings College London SGI Group! — September 19, 2007 @ 9:38 pm

  5. I’ve been relistening to your older podcasts as each time I get something new from them.

    This has to be one of my favourites, every single item fitted in to the theme, creating a truly inspiring lecture on many different levels – what can be achieved in the face of severe difficulties armed “only” with strong faith in the gohonzon and ourselves.
    Thank you so much, you are a constant inspiration!

    Comment by Dianne Flath — February 1, 2011 @ 9:01 pm

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