And what is the result of sensuality? One who wants sensuality produces a corresponding state of existence, on the side of merit or demerit.
What is the detailed meaning of this statement?
With reference to the quoted statement how does one observe this phenomenon (the production of a corresponding state of existence)?
What is meant by 'one who wants sensuality'? Is not sensuality itself an extreme form of 'wanting'?
Has this been elaborated upon elsewhere in the canon?
Could someone please put forth an explanation, an analogy/simile or something so that my confusion and doubt with regard to this statement is dispelled?