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“The āsava are the saṅkhāra that are encoded with ignorance [avijjā]”

The concept of āsava is borrowed from Jainism. And we need to understand what it means in that context before we can understand it in Buddhism. In Jainism, all actions create karma. This takes the ...
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As per buddism, how is it possible to leave behind my obsession with drugs?

The fifth precept explains about this subject. If an individual is addicted to alcohol, it does not yield any positive results. It leads to an unstable mind, giving up on goals, wasting time, ...
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