GakkaiOnline.Net: A constellation of SGI websites                                             Email Terry Ruby and Kathy Ruby
Gakkai Experiences Online: 
Hundreds of Buddhist experiences collected through the years and now shared on the Internet. 
Imagery of the Lotus Sutra: 
The timeless images of archaic Chinese characters convey profound meaning. 
Temple Issue Resources:  
Study resources to enable understanding of the split with temple and what that means for SGI Buddhists.
Buddhism for Kids: 
Raising Buddhist kids in a non-Buddhist world can be tough. Here is material that will be fun and informative for children.
About the SGI: 
Refuting the lies circulated about the Gakkai: the truth about the wonderfiul sangha that is SGI.
April 24, Day of Victory: 
A significant event in SGI history and a prepartion for our situation today.
A few essays concerning life, Buddhism, and the current situation online.
March 1990 Seikyo Times: 
Important guidance first issued in 1990 �� this material changed the face of SGI in the U.S.
Buddhist Myths, Parables, and Essays:  
The practice of Buddhism is immeasurably enriched by these heartening and fascinating stories. 
The Great Mandala:  
The materials used for presentations about the Great Mandala (or Gohonzon as most SGI members refer to it).
Questions and Answers About the Dai-Gohonzon: Information about the Gohonzon that Nichiren is said to have inscribed for all living beings.
The Truth About NST Online: 
Specific rebuttals to the massive NST public relations campaign online.
A new section! Links we like and use.

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This is a privately owned domain that contains the work of many individual Buddhist 
practitioners who practice within the community of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI). 
However, the material here is not sponsored, sanctioned, or approved by the SGI. 
Any questions, comments, complaints, criticisms, suggestions, and contributions 
should be directed to the individual website owners as listed on their index pages. 
GakkaiOnline.Net is owned by Kathy and Terry Ruby.