AN3.66 It is possible to overcome greed, hate and delusion: talk by Piya Tan

Salha Sutta (AN3.66)


This is a discourse given by a not-so-well-known arhat, Nandaka, but
nevertheless a great teacher, the foremost monk instructor of nuns.
Here, in the Sāḷha Sutta (A 3.66), the elder Nandaka teaches two laymen,
“Sāḷha, Migāra’s grandson, and Rohaṇa, Pekhuṇiya’s grandson” [§1.2].
They are probably youths who have come to visit the monks. The
instructions are on the avoiding of wrong view and cultivating the 3
wholesome roots of non-greed, non-hate and non-delusion.