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      Tobias G
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      Please see the post, #3:
      “… In other words, abhisaṅkhāra leads to kamma done with lobha, dosa, moha, and mundane versions of alobha, adosa, amoha.
      They are akusala kamma or dasa akusala (three with the body, four with speech, and three with the mind). They can be kāya kamma, vaci kamma, and mano kamma.”

      Kamma done with the mundane versions of alobha, adosa, amoha just have micca ditthi as akusala, right? Of course there can also be “raga for good deeds.”

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      Lal
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      That is right.
      – Kamma done with the mundane versions of alobha, adosa, amoha just have miccha ditthi as akusala.”

      Yes. In mundane versions of alobha, adosa, amoha, there can also be “raga for good deeds.”
      – Also, we remember that “raga” means ” to give priority to goals in this world” or “to perpetuate the rebirth process.” See #3 of, “Lōbha, Rāga and Kāmacchanda, Kāmarāga
      – Beneath there is the view/perception that this world has permanent happiness to offer. That is there until Tilakkhana/Paticca Samuppada/Noble Truths are understood.

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