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What may appear to be cultish and weird, the PL Peace Tower and the religious belief behind it is actually interesting and doesn’t sound as creepy as many would imagine. The Church of Perfect Liberty was founded in the 1920s by a former Zen Buddhist priest, Tokuharau Miki. The aim of PL is to bring about world peace. Sounds good so far. PL teaches that life is art, and humans are born to express their individuality in everything that we do. So far, so good. Most of the churches are in Japan but there are followers in the US, France and especially South American countries. The name “perfect liberty” refers to liberation from negative mental habits that cause stress and sickness with limit human potential. It almost sounds too good to be true…. In any case, its tower is a monument that is either revered or reviled, depending on your point of view.
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What may appear to be cultish and weird, the PL Peace Tower and the religious belief behind it is actually interesting and doesn’t sound as creepy as many would imagine.  The Church of Perfect Liberty was founded in the 1920s by a former Zen Buddhist priest, Tokuharau Miki.  The aim of PL is to bring about world peace.  Sounds good so far.  PL teaches that life is art, and humans are born to express their individuality in everything that we do.  So far, so good. Most of the churches are in Japan but there are followers in the US, France and especially South American countries.  The name “perfect liberty” refers to liberation from negative mental habits that cause stress and sickness with limit human potential.   It almost sounds too good to be true….  In any case, its tower is a monument that is either revered or reviled, depending on your point of view.