In answer to a question by Jambukhādaka, “Who is a speaker of the truth (dhammavādi), who practises well (supaṭipannā), and who is fortunate (sugatā),” Sāriputta replies that those who teach the abandoning of lust (rāga), hatred (dosa), and delusion (moha) are speakers of the truth.
Those who practise for the abandonment of lust, hatred, and delusion practise well, and those who have abandoned lust, hatred, and delusion are fortunate.
Jambukhādaka then asks if there is a path for the abandonment of lust, hatred, and delusion. Sāriputta explains that the path is the Noble Eightfold Path. S.iv.252; cp. 261 f.