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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. A Warrior of the Light may seem mad, ________.
(a) But this is just a disguise.
(b) And upon examination usually is.
(c) And it is within this madness that ideas flow.
(d) All of these.
2. What philosopher is mentioned on page 26?
(a) Rene Descartes.
(b) Lao Tzu.
(c) Jean Jacques Rousseau.
(d) John Locke.
3. Why does a Warrior rely partially on intuition?
(a) None of these.
(b) He gains a better appreciation of his own fortune.
(c) He can leave his life to chance, and live more in the moment.
(d) He is incapable of understanding why he knows certain things.
4. What is it not the Warrior's responsibility to do?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) Both of these.
(c) Waste time criticizing other people's decisions.
(d) Judge the dreams of others.
5. What counts more than enthusiasm and training in a battle?
6. When a Warrior needs help he ________.
(a) Looks to his heart and asks himself what he should do.
(b) Looks to his friends to see how they resolve, or fail to resolve their problems.
(c) Looks to his God and asks what he should do.
(d) Looks to his parents to see what they would have done in his situation.
7. For a Warrior to have faith in his path, _______.
(a) He doesn't have to prove that other people's paths are wrong.
(b) He has to prove that other people are wrong.
(c) Both of these.
(d) Neither of these.
8. It is not winning every single battle that matters but _________.
(a) How the war ends.
(b) How the sides bury their dead.
(c) How the war continues.
(d) Fighting the right fight.
9. A warrior takes every opportunity to ________.
(a) Win a battle.
(c) Teach himself.
10. What doesn't a Warrior do, in regards to his enemy?
(a) Be relentless in his task to destroy those that don't agree with him.
(b) He passes no judgement on them.
(c) All of these.
(d) He shows them no mercy.
11. What would happen if a Warrior bows his head?
(a) He would fail to see that which he was about to accomplish.
(b) He would fail in his attempt to overthrow the unrighteous.
(c) None of these.
(d) He would lose sight of the horizon of his dreams.
12. What is a Warrior of the Light unafraid to do?
(a) Face ridicule.
(b) Face judgement.
(c) Face defeat.
(d) Face embarrassment.
13. What does a warrior realize regarding repeated experiences?
(a) That he hasn't learned the lesson the first time.
(b) That he is lacking something.
(c) That they have the aim to teach him something he doesn't want to learn.
(d) That he is missing something; it is a time for meditation.
14. What is life compared to?
(a) A game of checkers.
(b) A game of cards.
(c) A poker game.
(d) A game of chess.
15. " A revolution takes ____ to settle in."
Short Answer Questions
1. How does a warrior accept each challenge?
2. Why does a Warrior continue to encourage others?
3. Why are there no abstractions to the Warrior?
4. What leads through the heart of the warrior?
5. What does a student who challenges a teacher really want?
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