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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. What must be driven out of the mind?
(a) The small, distracting, and petty things that distract the mind.
(d) The highest ideals.
2. During the walks with Gandhi, people would do what?
(a) Pray for him.
(b) Ask him for advice.
(c) Follow him silently.
(d) Give him advice.
3. What types of people did Gandhi love?
(c) The religious.
(d) Every variety.
4. At Sevagram, people were so drawn to him, that what happened?
(a) Gandhi had to leave, due to the large crowds.
(b) There sprouted up a bustling community.
(c) Gandhi feared for his life.
(d) People argued over who got to sit by him.
5. When did Gandhi meditate?
(a) Every afternoon at three or four.
(b) Every morning at six or seven.
(c) Every evening at eight or nine.
(d) Every morning at three or four.
Short Answer Questions
1. Gandhi's secretary, Mahadev Desai, answered the question of how Gandhi spoke so eloquently with no preparation or notes by explaining what?
2. The elephant holding a piece of bamboo was enough to quiet their trunks the same way what is enough to still the busy-ness of a wandering and restless mind?
3. Easwaran explains that these verses describe what?
4. What endeavor is the source of Gandhi's joy and strength?
5. Even ______________ was Gandhi embodying the spirit of compassion and forgiveness for which he had come to be known.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does a union with the Lord of Love do?
2. How do most people see life?
3. Who came to see Gandhi? Why did they come to see him?
4. What are things that Gandhi does in the company of others?
5. Who were most of Gandhi's followers? What did he say about them?
6. How is a mantra important?
7. How does Easwaran closes this chapter?
8. What happens when Gandhi reduced himself to zero?
9. What did Gandhi often do in the evening?
10. What do Gandhi and his wife do for Indians?
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