1. Bhaṇḍana Sutta.– The Buddha says it is unpleasant for him even to think of a place where monks are given to dispute, but far worse to go to it. Strife is due to the abandonment of dispassionate, benevolent and harmless thinking. Monks who dwell in harmony cultivate these things. A.i.275 f.
2. Bhaṇḍana Sutta.– Five disadvantages that come to those who encourage strife and disputes. A.iii.252.
3. Bhaṇḍana Sutta.– The Buddha rebukes some monks at Jetavana who were engaged in disputation and tells them to reflect on ten things that conduce to kindness, peace, and concord. A.v.88 ﬀ.