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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What endeavor is the source of Gandhi's joy and strength?
(a) Meditating on his mantra.
(b) Translating the truths of the Bhagavad Gita into his daily life.
(c) Helping others.
(d) Caring for his family.
2. Describe Gandhi's evening walks.
(a) They were a parade of adoring community members.
(b) They were quiet.
(c) They were slow and peaceful.
(d) They were a time for him to be with his wife and children.
3. The final chapter Eknath Easwaran writes is focused on the daily habits and the things that defined the personality of Gandhi as what?
(a) Not trusting those who need a private life.
(b) An individual in his private life.
(c) An individual in his public life.
(d) Needing his private life.
4. What is the key to transformation of character and consciousness?
(a) A desire to transform.
(d) Openness of mind.
5. Easwaran explains that these verses describe what?
(a) How one should live.
(b) The highest state of consciousness a human can attain.
(c) The peace that can be brought to one's mind.
(d) The love one must feel for others.
Short Answer Questions
1. Indeed one of the things that was most remarkable to Easwaran, and to Louis Fischer, the American journalist who followed Gandhi's campaigns in India for many years, was how what?
2. His ashram family, however, the ones who came to be called his _____________________ were the ones who knew best the man Gandhi was in his daily life.
3. At Sevagram, people were so drawn to him, that what happened?
4. Gandhi's secretary, Mahadev Desai, answered the question of how Gandhi spoke so eloquently with no preparation or notes by explaining what?
5. One who loves the Lord of Love is _____________________ by his circumstances.
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