(The previous story is Here.)
I didn’t do any SGI activity when I was a university student.
That situation had not changed since I moved to Tokyo and started to work.
Busy days after getting a job in Tokyo
Fortunately, I was able to get a job at big company in Tokyo.
The work environment was not bad, however, I have been busy for about 3 years since I joined the company.
I started living alone in Tokyo, but I don’t have any acquaintances, so I only go back and forth between my office and home every day.
Unfamilier work, a crowded train, a fruitless drinking party etc… It is like Tokyo Desert is so brutal.
I have been having a hard time both mentally and physically.
As I grew up in the countryside, I was completely tired to Tokyo.
Distant from SGI
“At that time, I met a member of SGI and they changed my life!”
If this is common story, it could be like above, but the real was not like that.
I still avoided the SGI activities.
By this time, since my mother was in my hometown, she had not invited me SGI activity anymore, and I forgot even the name of SGI.
SGI was far away for me.
When I was in my hometown, I often saw many SGI members, but when I came to Tokyo, I didn’t see them anymore.
( I think about it now, there were actually quite a lot of SGI members around me, but they naturally blended into my daily life so much that I could not notice unless I was conscious.)
I worked in Tokyo for many years without attending SGI activities like above.
When I noticed, I got used to work, I got used to Tokyo, and I got married.
I only sometimes heard about the SGI from my mother, and it became a completely distant world.