1. Appamāda Sutta.– Taught to Pasenadi. Diligence is the one quality that acquires and keeps welfare both in this life and in the next; just as the elephant’s foot is chief among all feet, so is diligence the best of qualities. S.i.86, 87.
4. Appamāda Sutta.– Heedfulness is most useful for the arising of the Noble Eightfold Way (S.v.33); there is no other single condition like it for the arising and perfection of the Way. S.v.35, 36, 37.
7. Appamāda Sutta.– Same as the Aparihāṇiya Sutta (2), with the addition of respect for concentration (samādhigāravatā) (A.iv.27 f).
1. Appamāda Vagga.– The second chapter of the Dhammapada.
2. Appamāda Vagga.– In the fifth division of the Saṃyuttanikāya (Mahā Vagga) several chapters are found called Appamādavagga. Thus the fifth of the Magga Saṃyutta (S.v.41‑5), the tenth and the fifteenth of the Bojjhaṅga° (135, 138), the seventh of the Satipaṭṭhāna° (191), the ninth and the fourteenth of the Indriya° (240, 242), the second of the Sammappadhāna° (245), the second and the seventh of the Bala° (250, 252), the fifth of the Iddhipāda° (291) and the second of the Jhāna° (308).