Kiyozawa: Deathbed Confession

Despite a superior intellect, determination and iron will, Manshi Kiyozawa found his efforts to understand Buddhism completely futile. That’s when he grasped the meaning of life. Rev. Kiyozawa (1863-1903) faced many hardships over the course of his short life of 40 years, constantly testing the veracity of the Buddha’s teachings, even at the cost of … Continue reading Kiyozawa: Deathbed Confession