The Dhamma is not supposed to be an ATM for gratifying
Sakamuni Buddha taught that ritual and superstition could
not free people from suffering. He also taught against the
caste system -- you were not good because you were born from
the right parents, you were good by the quality of your actions.
So, by proper Buddhist teaching there is no foundation to
being born a 'fortune baby' -- catagory within SGI discussed
The Clearing: April 2011
Apr 1, 2011 - ... to Nicherin Shoshu of America, later known as Sokka Gakkai International. ... in SGI to refer to those born into the practice as "fortune babies".
The Dhamma is for recognizing, investigating and freeing ourselves
from the misery of craving.
The SGI is a deviant sect from Nichiren, a sect that developed in Japan in the 13th century.
By contrast, in a Japanese Mahayana tradition, Dogen Zenji warned against dharma practice
for the sake of attaining any goal -- what he called 'gaining mind'.