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Dasuttara Sutta: Expanding Decades. Venerable Sāriputta said: 'In growing groups from one to ten I'll teach Dhamma for the gaining of Nibbāna, That you may make an end of suffering, And be free from all the ties that bind. 'That makes a hundred things that are real and true, so and not otherwise, unerringly and perfectly realised by the Tathagata.'

Sigālaka Sutta: Advice to Lay People. Sigālaka, the householder's son, having got up early and gone out of Rājagaha, was paying homage, with wet clothes and hair and with joined palms, to the different directions: to the east, the south, the west, the north, the nadir and the zenith. And the Lord, having risen early and dressed, took his robe

Āṭānāṭiya Sutta: The Āṭānāṭā Protective Verses. there are prominent yakkhas living there who have no faith in the word of the Blessed Lord. In order to give these folk confidence, may the Blessed Lord learn the Āṭānāṭā protective verses, by means of which monks and nuns, male and female lay-followers may dwell guarded, protected, unharmed and at their ease?' And

Sangīti Sutta: The Chanting Together. Venerable Sāriputta addressed the monks, referring to this situation, and said: And so we should all recite it together without disagreement, so that this holy life may be enduring and established for the welfare and happiness of the multitude, out of compassion for the world, for the benefit, welfare and happiness of devas and humans.

Sangīti Sutta: The Chanting Together | 2 Part. 'There are [sets of] four things which were perfectly proclaimed by the Lord... (1) 'Four foundations of mindfulness: Here a monk abides contemplating body as body, ardent, clearly aware and mindful, having put aside hankering and fretting for the world; he abides contemplating feelings as feelings...; he abides contemplating mind as mind...;

Sangīti Sutta: The Chanting Together | 3 Part. 'There are [sets of] seven things which have been perfectly proclaimed by the Lord... (1) 'Seven Ariyan treasures: faith, morality, moral shame, moral dread, learning, renunciation, wisdom. (2) 'Seven factors of enlightenment: mindfulness, investigation of phenomena, energy, delight, tranquillity, concentration, equanimity. (3) 'Seven requisites of concentration: right view, thought, speech, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness.