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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As a child, why does Betty begin to fear God?
(a) The boarding school nuns were cruel.
(b) The orphanage staff always said God was angry.
(c) Her grandmother was religious but scary.
(d) Her foster parents taught her to.
2. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
(a) She can direct the elements of the garden like a composer.
(b) The garden is as beautiful as the best symphony she's heard on earth.
(c) Everything in the garden creates its own music.
(d) The flowers remind her of symphony musicians.
3. What attributes does Betty especially appreciate about Joe, her second husband?
(a) Knowledge and creativity.
(b) Charisma and confidence.
(c) Humor and assertiveness.
(d) Tenderness and patience.
4. What does Betty see when she enters the looms room?
(a) Rolls of cloth piled in a corner.
(b) People working on ancient-looking looms.
(c) Exotic rugs hanging from the ceiling.
(d) Automatic, unattended looms, as in a factory.
5. What happens when, as Betty communicates with her ministering angels, she suddenly thinks about her husband and their children?
(a) She tries to get back into her body.
(b) Her spirit rushes home to see them.
(c) Her angels whisk her away.
(d) Her angels try to distract her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Betty become aware of within the black mass she travels through?
2. Early in her second marriage, Betty wants to attend church to do what?
3. As Betty's spirit gazes upon her own lifeless body, who appears in the room with her?
4. After her parents separate when Betty is four years old, where is she sent?
5. When Betty is embraced as she enters the spiritual world, what does she feel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
2. Discuss some of the points Betty makes about the power we have to affect our own health.
3. A pinpoint of light appears at the end of the tunnel. As she gets closer, what does Betty see within the light?
4. Why did Betty not listen to the advice of her doctors who wanted her to have an abortion?
5. What are Betty's first impressions upon being released from her body?
6. What does the experience of being a rose teach Betty?
7. How does Betty feel at night as she recovers at the hospital following her surgery?
8. How does Betty use imagery in this chapter to convey the essence of the garden she visits?
9. What does the man radiating light and love tell Betty?
10. How do some of the events of Betty's childhood foreshadow what she is about to cover later in the book?
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