Aïguttara Nikàya
2
. Dukanipàta

11. Aasàduppajahavaggo

119. Bhikkhus, it is difficult to dispel these two desires. Which two? The desires for gains and the desire to live.

120. Bhikkhus, these two persons are rare in the world. Which two? The one who acts thoughtfully and the one who has gratitude and returns the gratitude.

121. Bhikkhus, these two persons are rare in the world. Which two? The one who is contented and the one who satisfies the needs of others.

122. Bhikkhus, these two persons are difficult to be satisfied. Which two? He that collects whatever he gains and he that spends whatever he gains.

123. Bhikkhus, these two persons are easy to satisfy. Which two? He that does not collect whatever he gains and he that does not spend whatever he gains.

124. Bhikkhus, for the arising of greed these two are the cause. Which two? An agreeable object and unwise thinking.

125. Bhikkhus, for rhe arising of aversion these two are the cause. Which two? An agreeable object and unwise thinking.

126. Bhikkhus, there are two reasons for the arising of wrong view. What two? Another's words and unwise thinking.

127. Bhikkhus, there are two reasons for the arising of right view. What two? Another's words and wise thinking.

128. Bhikkhus, these two are the offences. Which two? The trifling offence and the grave offence.

129. Bhikkhus, these two are the offences. Which two? That which is a grave transgression and that which is not a grave transgression.

130. Bhikkhus, these two are the offences. Which two? The offence that has to be completed and the offenceñhat has nothing to be completed.