1. Khayadhamma Sutta.– Taught to Rādha. The body, etc., are liable to destruction. That which, by nature, is transient and perishing must be put away. S.iii.197, 199, 201.
3. Khaya Sutta.– The Buddha exhorts the monks to cultivate the seven factors of enlightenment (bojjhaṅga), which lead to the destruction of craving. In answer to a question of Udāyī he goes on to explain how the cultivation is pursued. S.v.86 f.