"After The Ecstasy, The Laundry: How The Heart Grows Wise On The Spiritual Path" by him is a must read according to one friend I know. Seems to be a great meditation and dhamma lay teacher. Although I am not sure why names like Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj is on his website
If I am not mistaken, I read once that he tried as a Bhikkhu in New York and was on an alms round and if not for the kind Royal Thai Embassy, he would have died of starvation
"Just as driving on the right side fo the road gives us the freedom to go anywhere,
so accepting the natural law of constant change is the route to freedom."