|Academic||Sutta Name||Notes||PSA Plae||Vagga||Nikaya||PTS||Keywords|
|AN.VII.5||Pa.thama Dhana Sutta||The seven "endowments" are enumerated as:
3. shame of evil [hiri];
4. fear of the consequences of evil;
5. listening (to teachings) [suta];
6. self-sacrifice [caaga], and;
Those endowed with these virtues, whether male or female, the wise say that such a person is not poor, their life is not empty of usefulness -- thus a person of wisdom, who recollects the Buddha's words should cultivate faith, self-discipline, tranquility [passadhi], making himself faithful and seeing the Dhamma.
|37/010||Sattaka Nipaata, Pa.thamapa.n.naasaka||A"nguttara||A.iv.|