Tag Archives: Ofudesaki
Interpretation: I believe that God compares our minds to the mind of Oyasama when we perform the Joyous Service. This is why, when finding the location of the Kanrodai, the early followers who had a pure mind stopped at the … Continue reading
Interpretation: When all human beings have purified their minds of dust or evil thoughts, then God’s regret will be cleared away. When we purify our minds, only joy will come from our hearts, and God’s regret will be no more. … Continue reading
Interpretation: When God sees what path the world is taking or how the world is susceptible to their own dusts, it is not unreasonable to accept why God has regret. God is disappointed in the direction human beings are inclined … Continue reading
Interpretation: God is planning to bring back all the instruments used in the creation of human beings. It is my own opinion that when everyone purifies their minds, these people will be gathered to perform the Joyous Service. This will … Continue reading
Most of us agree that there is a part of us that will continue for eternity after our bodies cease to function. In the Ofudesaki, God calls this the mune or heart that we do not understand (verse 1-1). I … Continue reading
Interpretation: The blessings are God’s guidance to the people who we spread the truth of the heart to. When these people are able to purify their minds by understanding the heart, God will certainly be spirited. Remember God wants everyone … Continue reading
Interpretation: God wants to save the world, so everyone can live the “Joyous life”.
Interpretation: Our fate, either good or bad comes from our own hearts. When negative fate appears in our life, if we ponder our own minds of our own dusts or evil thoughts, we can purify our own minds. Remember it … Continue reading
Interpretation: This including the first verse of the Ofudesaki is one of the most important verses. God wants us to understand the heart, and what it does. This is so important, that God tells us in the following verse, that … Continue reading
Interpretation: Again, these are the great leaders that will have a great impetus in spreading the teachings to the world.