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Kamma Sutta

1. Kamma Sutta.– Blameworthy action of body, speech and mind, and wrong views, bring about much demerit. A.ii.252.

2. Kamma Sutta.– Seven qualities that lead monks away from ruin (aparihāniyā dhammā): abstention from delight in (1) worldly activity, (2) disputation, (3) sleep, (4) society, (3) evil desires, (6) evil friends, (7) being easily satisfied with regard to attainments. A.iv.22.

3. Kamma Sutta.– Taught at Gijjhakūṭa. The Buddha sees Sāriputta walking with several other eminent monks, including Mahā-Moggallāna, Mahā-Kassapa, Anuruddha, Puṇṇa Mantāṇiputta, Upāli, Ānanda, and Devadatta, and praises each for some particular quality. He ends this discourse by saying that beings of similar disposition come together. S.ii.155.

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