The Treatise on the Modes of Being: "The Precious Jewel that Gathers Forth Divinities and Glory." By Kunkhyen Jamgon Mipham Rinpoche.
"Thus, even though teachings on the two modes of being claim to relate to worldly and spiritual ethics, i they are often considered to be teachings geared towards householders or laypeople who cannot undertake a path fully dedicated to Buddhist practice. In a sense this is true and “The Jewel that Gathers Forth Divinities and Glory” is indeed a teaching on how to live in the world.
"We should understand therefore that the practice of Dharma is rooted in humanitarian ethics and that the view of worldly ethics is also the view of the Dharma. In this way the text brings together two otherwise distinct worlds and is relevant to all." [From the Introduction]