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Buddhist Culture, The Cultured Buddhist, by Robert Bogoda (2005; 11pp./33KB)
Four short essays on what it means for a layperson to live in line with the Buddha's teachings. These essays share a common message: through Buddhist practice it is possible to refine one's character, ennoble one's life, and become "cultured" in the highest sense of the word.
Principles of Lay Buddhism, by R. Bogoda
(From the anthology: The Buddhist Layman, four essays by R. Bogoda, Susan Elbaum Jootla, and M.O'C. Walshe.)
A Simple Guide to Life, by Robert Bogoda (1996; 28pp./84KB)
In clear and simple terms, this booklet offers thoughtful advice to help the householder lead a life in line with the Buddha's teachings.