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There are eleven kinds of good roots: 1. faith 2. shame 3. remorse 4. absence of greed 5. absence of hatred 6. absence of stupidity 7. vigor 8. transquility 9. non laxity 10. non harming 11. renunciation These are eleven good Dharmas of the fifty one Dharmas belonging to the heart. Source: Buddhist Door: Glossary

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