Dasakusalakamma (Pāli, ‘ten meritorious actions’). A common Buddhist list of activities which bring good kamma (karma) into effect and acquire (and transfer) merit: (i) dāna; (ii) śīla; (iii) bhāvanā; (iv) apacāyana (showing respect to elders); (v) veyyāvacca (attending to their needs); (vi) pattidāna (transferring merit); (vii) pattānumodana (delighting in the merit of others); (viii) dhammasavaṇa (attending to the dharma/dhamma of the Buddha); (ix) dhammadesanā (preaching the dhamma); (x) diṭṭhijjukamma (adhering to right beliefs).
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