I: Sekha-Bala Vagga
The Numbers Bag
The Book of Fives
I. Seeker's Allies
In the Name of the Potter, Aristocrat, #1 Wide-Awakened One
The Seeker's Allies — In Sum
Translated from the Pali
Michael M. Olds
Once upon a time Bhagava, Sāvatthi-town, Anāthapiṇḍika's Park, came-a revisiting.
There, to the Beggars gathered round, he said:
And: "Broke Tooth!" the Beggars gathered round responded.
Then Bhagava said:
There are these five allies of the seeker; what are these five?
These, then, Beggars, are five allies of the seeker.
Wherefore, Beggars, train yourselves this way:
"We shall make live within us 'The Trust-Ally,' ally of seekers;
"We shall make live within us 'The Sense-of-Shame-Ally,' ally of seekers;
"We shall make live within us 'The Fear-of-Blame-Ally,' ally of seekers;
"We shall make live within us 'The Energy-Ally,' ally of seekers;
"We shall make live within us 'The Wisdom-Ally,' ally of seekers.
This is how you should train yourselves!
 Paññā: Hare uses "Insight;" Bhikkhu Thanissaro uses "discernment." The word means: Pan-knowledge. I see it as the ability to use knowledge wisely; discernment in the sense of being able to judge what's best according to circumstances based on experience rather than judging by theory. See: Glossology: Paññā
PTS: Aṅguttara-Nikāya, III, Edited by Prof. E. Hardy, PhD, DD
The Book of the Gradual Sayings, III: The Book of the Fives, E.M. Hare, trans.