Moha, it judges – it judges things as good, bad, advanced, slow and fast. That’s moha, but the practice is just the practice – one object is no different from the other. It’s only when judgment comes in that the mind starts to compare; it starts to give it a value like a grade (‘this is excellent grade and this is not’) and that is moha.
Once that judging comes in, then the greed and the aversion can set in. When it judges that this is preferable or better, that’s greed; if not good, then that’s aversion.