1. Samaṇa Sutta.– There are these five aggregates: form, feeling, perception, mental formations, and consciousness. Whatever recluse or brahmin does not understand as it really is the arising, cessation, satisfaction, danger and release from them I do not call a recluse or brahmin among recluses and brahmins. S.iii.160.
2. Samaṇa Sutta.– A similar discourse to the above given to Rādha Thera by the Buddha. S.iii.191.
3. Samaṇa Sutta.– A monk has three pursuits: training in the higher morality, higher thought, and higher insight. He must follow these pursuits with keenness; otherwise his presence in the Order will be like that of an ass in a herd of cattle. A.i.229.
4. Samaṇa Sutta.– On the four kinds of monk to be found in the Order — Stream-
5. Samaṇa Sutta.– On the different names by which a Tathāgata is known. A.iv.340.