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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 Betty moves forward through the black mass, what happens to the whirling sound?
(a) It's replaced by harp music.
(b) It increases in volume.
(c) It changes in frequency.
(d) It grows faint.
2. What thought does Betty have regarding her spirit body shortly after leaving her physical body?
(a) I feel as if I can do anything.
(b) I feel like a kid again.
(c) This is most unusual.
(d) This is who I really am.
3. On the evening following her surgery, who does Betty call when she's feeling out of sorts?
(a) The nurse.
(b) A doctor.
(c) Her husband.
(d) Her sister.
4. As Betty takes a closer look at the cloth in the looms room, what does she notice?
(a) People are staring at her in awe, perplexed by her presence.
(b) It sparkles and is opaque on one side, transparent on the other.
(c) It is made of star dust and moon beams.
(d) People look at her suspiciously.
5. On the morning of Betty's hysterectomy, what does she experience after hearing the doctor ask, "Is she ready?"
(a) She has second thoughts.
(b) Everything goes black.
(c) She has a panic attack.
(d) The room starts to spin wildly.
Short Answer Questions
1. Betty realizes that many of her illnesses were the result of what?
2. What flower attracts her more than any other in the garden?
3. How does Betty describe Jesus' sense of humor?
4. What does Betty say regarding reaching out and tending to the needs of others?
5. What does Betty say we need to do to attract positive energy to ourselves?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
2. How has Betty's perspective changed in this chapter?
3. Describe the garden setting.
4. How does Betty use imagery in this chapter to convey the essence of the garden she visits?
5. How does Betty feel at night as she recovers at the hospital following her surgery?
6. Contrast what Betty learns about God first at the Catholic boarding school and later at Brainard Indian Training School.
7. How do some of the events of Betty's childhood foreshadow what she is about to cover later in the book?
8. Describe Betty's childhood near-death experience.
9. Describe Betty's otherworldly experience of immersing herself in a rose.
10. As a child, how does Betty learn to fear God?
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