In 10mtv Opinion, distribution of new series, “Infectious Disease and the Life-Death-View” has started. This time, the program contents will be to decisively cut in two with a single stroke of the sword, the present social trend of running about in confusion and trying to escape from a new coronavirus (COVID-19). Humankind has fought against sickness and infectious disease many times in the history up to the present. To escape from virus by stopping the daily life is deriving from the belief that absolute “Peace of mind・Safety” “Happiness” exist、and the fear of losing them. The corona phenomena occurring in the present society, which lacks the Life-Death-View, will be thoroughly analyzed. This series is total of 7 lectures, distributed once a week on Fridays. We would appreciate and ask for your continuous viewing.
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New Series “Infectious Disease and Life-Death-View” (Total of 7 lectures are scheduled to be distributed).
May 15 (Fri.) The First: The present people run about trying to escape.
May 22 (Fri.) The Second: Decisively act with the resolution to disembowel own-self.
May 29 (Fri.) The Third: All evil derives from weakness.
Jun. 5 (Fri.) The Fourth: Politician must act based on the traditional philosophy of own country.
Jun. 12 (Fri.) The Fifth: The Soul is Eternal, yet the Body is mere Borrowed.
The title of the Sixth and after will be noticed when determined.
The Past Series (Total of 56 lectures)
◆“Sublimity and Matsushita Konosuke” Total of 8 lectures.
◆“What is Human Magnetism?” Total of 8 lectures.
◆“What is Human Magnetism?” Special version total of 4 lectures. (Special image filmed at Shigyo Sosyu Collection Exhibition Floor!)
◆“Book-reading and Human-life” Special version total of 10 lectures.
◆“The Art of Soul” Special version total of 10 lectures. (Special image filmed at Shigyo Sosyu Collection Exhibition Floor!)
◆“The Quintessence of Bushido” Special version total of 10 lectures.
◆“What is the Origin of Democracy?” Total of 6 lectures.