1. Fulghum states that every year he writes a personal statement or credo. What time of year does he say he writes this credo?
2. When Fulghum writes his personal beliefs down, how many pages does he try to fill?
3. Fulghum states that inspiration for brevity came from a particular place. What was this place?
(a) The local farmer's market.
(b) The grocery store.
(c) The gasoline station.
(d) The barbershop.
4. Where does Fulghum claim wisdom is found?
(a) In the sand pile at Sunday school.
(b) In the kindergarten classroom.
(c) On the top of the graduate school mountain.
(d) At the dinner table at home.
5. In Fulghum's list of rules in the first chapter, he says you should wash your hands before doing what?
(a) Playing a game.
(c) Feeding the hungry.
(d) Drinking your milk.
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