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A parallel argument is made for alobha, adosa, and amoha and accompanying actions leading to benefit and happiness.
The most important good qualities a human can have, from the Mahayana point of view, seem to be the "roots of good": non-greed (araga,) non-hatred (advesa) and non-delusion (amoha.) Though negatively stated, these roots of good include such obvious virtues as generosity, compassion, and insight.
Actions are right to the extent that they manifest or participate in "nirvanic values" such as "Liberality (araga), Benevolence (adosa) and Understanding (amoha)," (ibid.).