Aïguttara Nikàya
1. Ekakanipàta

VIII. Kalyànamittatàdi Vagga
Good companionship and others

71. Bhikkhus, I do not know anything else that arouses non arisen merit and fades arisen demerit as good companionship. Good companions arouse non arisen merit and fades arisen demerit. This is the first.

72. Bhikkhus, I do not know anything else that arouses non arisen demerit and fades arisen merit as evil companionship. Evil companions arouse non-arisen demerit and fades arisen merit. This is the second.

73 Bhikkhus, I do not know anything else that arouses non arisen merit and fades arisen demerit as attending to merit and not attending to demerit. Attention to merit and non attention to demerit arouses non arisen merit and fades arisen demerit. This is the third.

74. Bhikkhus, I do not know anything else that arouses non arisen demerit and fades arisen merit as attending to demerit and not attending to merit. Attention to demerit and non attention to merit arouses non-arisen demerit and fades arisen merit. This is the fourth.

75. Bhikkhus, I do not know anything else that arouses non arisen enlightenment factors and develops and completes arisen enlightenment factors as wise thinking. Bhikkhus, someone thinking wisely, arouses non-arisen enlightenment factors and develops and completes arisen enlightenment factors. This is the fifth.

76. Bhikkhus, the misery from the decrease of relations is nothing in comparison to the decrease of wisdom. Bhikkhus, of decreases the decrease in wisdom is miserable. This is the sixth.

77. Bhikkhus, the increase of relations is nothing in comparison to increase of wisdom. Therefore you should train, we will increase in wisdom. This is the seventh.

78. Bhikkhus, the misery from the decrease of wealth is nothing in comparison to the decrease of wisdom. Bhikkhus, of decreases the decrease in wisdom is miserable. This is the eighth.

79. Bhikkhus, the increase of wealth is nothing in comparison to increase of wisdom. Therefore you should train, we will increase in wisdom. This is the nineth.

80. Bhikkhus, the misery from the decrease of fame is nothing in comparison to the decrease of wisdom. Bhikkhus, of decreases the decrease in wisdom is miserable. This is the tenth.