Different Degrees of Lobha - Ten unwholesome courses of actions III

As regards akusala kamma-patha through the mind, ill-will, the intention to

hurt or harm someone else is performed with dosa-mūla-citta and

covetousness and wrong view are performed with lobha-mūla-citta. There is

akusala kamma-patha which is covetousness when one intends to obtain by

dishonest means what belongs to someone else.

 

As regards ditthi (wrong view), there are many kinds of ditthi; however,

three kinds of ditthi are akusala kamma-patha through the mind.

One of them is ahetuka-ditthi, the belief that there is no cause for the

existence of beings and no cause for their purity or corruption.

 

Another wrong view which is akusala kamma-patha through the mind is

akiriya-ditthi, the belief that there are no good and bad deeds which

produce their results.

 

The third wrong view which is akusala kamma-patha through the mind is

natthika-ditthi or annihilation view. Natthika-ditthi is the belief that

there is no result of kamma and that there is no further life after death.

 

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