1. Kulupaka Sutta.– The Buddha says that Mahā-Kassapa has the qualities requisite to becoming a monk worthy of visiting families. He is not vexed even if they give scantily, tardily, or disrespectfully. S.ii.200.
2. Kulupaka Sutta.– Five qualities that make a monk disagreeable to the families he visits:
- he is intimate on slight acquaintance (asanthavavissāsī),
- takes privileges without justification (anissaravikappi),
- tries to bring together estranged families (viyatthūpāsevī),
- is a gossip (upakannakajappī), and
- is importunate (atiyācanako). A.iii.136 f.
3. Kulupaka Sutta.– The five evil results of visiting families: sitting together in secret, and in concealed places, tendency to go uninvited, talking about women, and being filled with lustful thoughts. A.iii.258 f.
4. Kulupaka Sutta.– Five evil results of visiting families too often — frequent sight of women and consequent danger to celibacy in varying degrees. A.iii.259.