Sutras and Commentaries:
  Be a Lamp (Nirvana Sutra)
  World Honored One Flicks Dirt with His Toe (Vimalakirti Sutra)
  Order of Enlightenment (Maka Shikan)
  Calming and Contemplation of Anger (Maka Shikan)
  Effect of Thunderbolts on Ivory (Maka Shikan)
  Blind Heir of a Wealthy Merchant (Maka Shikan)
  Mongolian Wisdom (ancient sayings)
  Mighty Bodhisattva Warriors (13th Dalai Lama)
  Seeing Ourselves as Suchness (Shinnyo kan)
  Wu-lung and I-lung (Writings of Nichiren Daishonin)

Parables:
  The Spider Thread
  Mr. Makiguchi and Fudo Myo-o
  Taishaku and the Fine Feathered Bird
  A Little Priest Fable
  Shakyamuni and the Lovers
  The Parable of the Zither
  SuShi and the Buddhist Monk
  Wo and Jah
  Stonecutter (Tao of Pooh)
  The Dancing Monk and the Self-Denying Monk
  24 Hours To Die

Essays:
  The Jewel and the Genome
  Mantras of Kitties
  The Mantras of Other Beings
  The Wave Theory of Karma
  Water Karma
  Gandhi on Anger
  Buddhas' Footprints
  Connections
  The Great Wish, the DaiGohonzon, and the SGI
  The Gakkai Spirit

Humor:
  The Daimoku Parrot
  The Excommunicated Newlyweds
 
 

The Blind Heir of a Wealthy Merchant 

Each single mote of dust contains a billion rolls of sutras. [from the Avatamsaka Sutra] Thus, the whole of the dharma of the Buddhas is contained in a thought. 
from Great Calming and Contemplation
(an English translation of the Maka Shikan),
pp. 196-197 

 The ordinary person, subject to the nine states of bondage, fails to perceive or to understand this vast richness. He is like the blind heir of a wealthy merchant, who sits in his treasure chamber utterly unaware of the riches around him. When he moves about, he is impeded and hurt by the jewels instead. In his feverish delirium, he takes the jewels for demons, tigers, dragons, and snakes, so that he abandons them and hastens away, reeling and in pain. 
also from Great Calming and Contemplation,
p. 193 

 
[This is an interpreted synopsis of a story in the "Belief and Understanding" chapter of the Lotus Sutra.]