Saturday, December 1, 2012

Lobha, Dvesha and Moha


Can Lobha, Dvesha and Moha be mutually exclusive in Buddhism?;_ylt=ArlhyoUrJWAcl2hiFrwNgqghBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121201153335AAXsHNy

Or, are they interdependent?
Explain all possibilities.
(Lobha with Moha, Lobha without Moha, etc.)

Three Unwholesome Roots, akusala-mula, mula priyaya:
Lobha = greed or desire; attract
Dvesha (Sanskrit) or dosa (Pali) = anger, hatred, animosity, ill-will, aversion; repel
Moha = ignorance or delusion (Not know/aware Lobha and/or Dvesha)

Additional Details

@Fake Genius,
Can the base be relative?
Can moha arise from lobha?
Can moha arise from dosa?


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