Talk:Seicho-no-Ie

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Changed translation of Seicho-No-Ie from "The Home of Infinite Life, Wisdom and Abundance" to "The Home of Infinite Life", as 生長 does not mean "Wisdom" nor "Abundance" but only "Long Life".210.160.15.16 18:12, 17 June 2006 (UTC)

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Religious Science?[edit]

I feel that the connection between SNI and RSI is less than what is indicated. IMHO, SNI should not be placed under the category of Science of Mind. At best, Masaharu Taniguchi translated some books by Fenwick Holmes, Ernest Holmes' brother. The actual religions have different philosophies and practices (SNI borrows strongly from Shinto for instance). Today, individuals from the two faiths rarely know about the other's existence. New Thought would be a more accurate classification for SNI. Kortoso (talk)