1. Daṭṭhabba Sutta.– There are three feelings: pleasant, painful, and neutral. He who regards pleasant feelings as suffering, painful feelings as a barb, and neutral feelings as impermanent, is one who sees things rightly, who has cut the fetters, destroyed conceit, and put an end to suffering. S.iv.207.
2. Daṭṭhabba Sutta.– There are these five faculties: faith, energy, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom. Where are they to be seen? The faculty of faith is to be seen in the four factors of Stream-
¹ Confirmed faith in the Buddha, Dhamma, and Saṅgha, and the unbroken morality that is dear to Noble Ones.