Reply To: Kammic Outcomes of Ambiguous Behavior

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In my mind sprang this contrast:

(I have been reflecting on it since my last post):

1) the case of fishermen and hunters, on the one side
2) the case of a man who HAS to step on a cockroach because his wife has gone hysterical at the sight of it, on the other.

In the first case the fishing and hunting is done with moral wrong view, is done with joy and unprompted.
In the second case,the action of the man is done even if he has right moral view (he is compelled), is thus done very reluctantly and is prompted.

Clearly there is much more kammic weight in the first case than in the second.

Thank you Lal