1. Thera Sutta.– An elder may be time-honoured, long gone-forth, well-known, renowned, with a great following, a receiver of the requisites, learned, with a well-stored mind, but if he has wrong views and a perverted vision, he exists for the ill, the harm of devas and men. A.iii.114.
2. Thera Sutta.– Ten qualities, the possession of which will enable a monk to live happily and comfortably, wherever he may be. A.v.201.