The treasures (dhana) of the noble disciples [enlightened, accomplished] of the Buddha are not precious stones and pearls, silver and gold, or fields and houses.
Nor are the noble treasures connected with the power and glory of earthly sovereignty. These are the seven treasures of the noble:
[of wrongdoing], learning, generosity, and right understanding.
[one who has entered the first stage of enlightenment]
In order to gain these treasures of the noble, a person would be devoted to the Dharma (Doctrine) of the Buddha. Therefore, persons of old said:
I. Confidence (Saddhā)