Talk:Chanda (Buddhism)

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In Pāli texts, Chanda is a sincere wish, wholesome desire or zeal – a mental factor that does not involve unwholesome greed lobha, Kama, and Tanha .
"Chandavato kim nāma kammam na sijjhati?"
Who has a serious wish to do, everything is possible. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dorje108 (talkcontribs) 03:23, 22 December 2011 (UTC)