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The three roots of constructiveness: detachment (ma-chags-pa, Skt. alobha), lack of hostility (zhe-sdang med-pa, Skt. advesha, imperturbability), and lack of naivety (gti-mug med-pa, Skt. amoha), as well as having a sense of values (ngo-tsha shes-pa, Skt. hri) and having scruples (khrel yod-pa, Skt apatrapya) are naturally constructive.
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