1. Sacca Sutta. The Buddha visits the Paribbājakārāma on the Sappinikā, and tells the Paribbājakas that, in his view, the brahmin truths are as follows: all living things should be inviolate, all sense delights are impermanent, painful, void of self; so with all becomings, "I have no part in anything anywhere, and herein, for me, there is no attachment to anything." A.ii.176f.
2. Sacca Sutta. The Buddha teaches Truth and the path thereto. S.iv.269.