The Roots of Good and Evil

Author: Nyanaponika Thera [1901-1994]
Subtitle: Buddhist Texts Translated from the Pali
No of Pages: 130
Edition: 1st
Year of Publication: 1990
File Size: 600 KB
Permission: Available through the generosity of the Buddhist Publication Society.
Blurb: Greed, hatred, and delusion - these are the 3 bad roots in us. Conversely the good ones are non-greed (i.e generosity), non-hatred (love), and non-delusion (wisdom). All our troubles and suffering stem essentially from the bad roots while our joy and happiness comes from the good ones. 
Notes: Originally appeared in The Wheel magazine.