'Five Turbidities' belongs in these categories: Buddhism
They are. 1. the defilement of
views, when incorrect, perverse thoughts and ideas are predominant; 2.
the defilement of passions, when all kinds of transgressions are exalted;
3. the defilement of the human condition, when people are usually dissatisfied
and unhappy; 4. the defilement of the life span, when the human life span
as a whole decreases; S. the defilement of the world age, when war and
natural disasters are rife. These conditions, viewed from a Buddhist angle,
however, can constitute aids to Enlightenment, as they may spur practitioners
to more earnest cultivation.
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