10 grounds for praise for appropriate conversations

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Ten grounds for praise for appropriate conversations:

1. There is the case where a monk himself is modest and instigates talk on modesty among the monks. The fact that he is modest and instigates talk on modesty among the monks is grounds for praise.

2. He himself is contented and instigates talk on contentment among the monks.

3. He himself is secluded and instigates talk on seclusion among the monks.

4. He himself is non-entangled and instigates talk on non-entanglement among the monks.

5. He himself has his persistence aroused and instigates talk on arousing persistence among the monks.

6. He himself is consummate in virtue and instigates talk on being consummate in virtue among the monks.

7. He himself is consummate in concentration and instigates talk on being consummate in concentration among the monks.

8. He himself is consummate in discernment and instigates talk on being consummate in discernment among the monks.

9. He himself is consummate in release and instigates talk on being consummate in release among the monks.

10. He himself is consummate in knowledge and vision of release and instigates talk on being consummate in knowledge and vision of release among the monks. The fact that he is consummate in knowledge and vision of release and instigates talk on being consummate in knowledge and vision of release among the monks is grounds for praise.

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