Buddhist Aids to Daily Conduct

Author: Edward Greenly
No of Pages: 17
Year of Publication: n.av
File Size: 340 KB
Permission: Available through the generosity of the Buddhist Publication Society.
Blurb: The author discusses the machinery by which Buddhism endeavours to ensure the conversion of its precepts into practice. There’s no frontal attack on evil. The sources of evil, for practical purposes, are placed under three heads (1) lobha, or craving, (2) dosa, or ill will (3) moha, or illusion.