Attaining “peace and comfort” does not mean leading a tranquil and uneventful life. It is to establish a state of life that nothing can perturb. Then we are always in a state of peace and comfort. Anyone can make such a great state of life their own by struggling with a strong spirit of faith.
Therefore, the Daishonin says, “One should regard meeting obstacles as true peace and comfort” (GZ, 750). When difficulties arise, that is our opportunity to attain Buddhahood.
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