1. Macchari Sutta.– A group of Satullapakāyikā devā visit the Buddha at Jetavana and four of them speak, each one verse, before him on the evils of avarice and the blessings of generosity. The Buddha utters a verse to the effect that gifts given should be well gotten. S.i.18 f.
5. Paṭhama Macchariya Sutta.– A monk who grudges sharing his lodging, the families who provide him with food, the gifts he receives, his praise, and who destroys gifts offered in faith (saddhādeyyaṃ vinipāteti) — such a monk is destined to hell. A.iii.266.
7. Macchariya Sutta.– On the five disadvantages of staying too long in one place — one grudges sharing one’s lodging (āvāsamaccharī), the families who provide alms (kulamaccharī), one’s gains (lābhamaccharī), fame (vaṇṇamaccharī), or the Dhamma (dhammamaccharī). A.iii.258.
8. Macchariya Sutta.– There are these seven fetters: fawning (anunaya-
9. Macchariya Sutta.– The five forms of meanness: in sharing lodgings (āvāsamacchariyaṃ), the support of a family (kula°), gains (lābha°), fame (vaṇṇa°), and Dhamma (dhamma°) must be abandoned. Then the four foundations of mindfulness much be developed. (Book of Nines, A.iv.459).