1. Saṅgayha Sutta.– On the six spheres of contact — eye, ear, etc. — and the necessity of controlling them in order to get rid of lust and hate. S.iv.70 f.
2. Saṅgayha Sutta.– Mālukyāputta visits the Buddha in his old age and asks for a teaching in brief. The Buddha teaches him to guard the six senses. S.iv.72 f.
3. Saṅgayha Sutta.– The Buddha explains to the monks that they are fortunate to be born as men, and neither in hell, where all things are uninviting, nor in heaven, where all things are attractive. S.iv.126.