I ever wrote about the favorite Nichiren's teaching on the other blog.
Today I like to introduce one of the teachings which I have taken his advice to heart on this blog. Of course, the teaching is extremely related to Buddhability.
That is a passage of "Reply to the Lay Priest Soya" (58), which is "The characters of this sutra are all without exception living Buddhas of perfect enlightenment. But because we have the eyes of ordinary people, we see them as characters. For instance, hungry spirits perceive the Ganges River as fire, human beings perceive it as water, and heavenly beings perceive it as amrita. Though the water is the same, it appears differently according to one’s karmic reward from the past.". The rest of the passage is favorite for me too, but I will write the rest someday.