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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is a dignified, not cowardly, gesture?
(c) Both of these.
(d) Neither of these.
2. "A Warrior is as wise as a(n) _____ and as innocent as a ______."
(a) Elephant, child.
(b) Serpent, dove.
(c) Owl, fawn.
(d) Dolphin, kitten.
3. What does a Warrior look at when examining an action?
(a) The outcome.
(b) The consequences.
(c) The people involved.
(d) The intention.
4. What two things does a Warrior possess?
(a) Force and forgiveness,
(b) Wisdom and Faith.
(c) Strength and wisdom.
(d) Truth and Faith.
5. Why is a Warrior proud of people saying he talks nonsense?
(a) None of these.
(b) Both of these.
(c) While he is innocent, he is vulnerable, and every Warrior must be at some point, vulnerable.
(d) In his childish innocence, he remains in contact with God.
6. What question does a Warrior ask himself at the end of a battle?
(a) Was I just and righteous?
(b) Was I the hand of God on Earth?
(c) Did I fight the good fight?
(d) Did I win the battle?
7. If a battle carries on with neither wins nor losses, what does a Warrior do?
(a) Negotiate a truce.
(b) Fight on.
(c) Call for reinforcements.
(d) Slaughter his enemy.
8. Why does a Warrior seek out love?
(a) Without being loved he has no ambition.
(b) Without love, he cannot concentrate.
(c) Without love, he is nothing.
(d) Without love, he is weak.
9. What of these is not one of the five rules of combat?
10. What does it mean to a Warrior when things go silent?
(a) He should be wary.
(b) All of these.
(c) Danger is near.
(d) This is the time to be alert.
11. At what point does a Warrior fight?
(a) Only if he is sure that he can win.
(b) Only if it is absolutely necessary.
(c) If he can be assured of a decent lesson from his mistake.
(d) Only if conflict cannot be resolved in any other way.
12. Why does a Warrior not talk about his defeats?
(a) He cannot waste energy on words that can do nothing.
(b) He is not a goat and therefore doesn't bleat.
(c) He is often afraid of being known as weak.
(d) He doesn't want to appear a coward, instead being a pinnacle of heroism.
13. Why do people think a Warrior doesn't discuss his plans?
(a) He is afraid of jealousy.
(b) He is too preoccupied with trivialities.
(c) He is afraid of envy.
(d) He is afraid they won't come to pass.
14. What practice is a powerful tool for the promotion of inner growth?
(a) Noticing the things around him.
(b) Paying attention to breath.
(c) All of these.
(d) Paying attention to blinking.
15. What of these battles does a Warrior fight?
(a) None of these.
(b) Those that don't interest him.
(c) Those on battlefields he doesn't know.
(d) Those that are not his own.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what purpose does a Warrior invite Evil into his tent?
2. Which of these are things that line the side of the door the Warrior is trying to open?
3. He does not ask anyone else for ______ to wield his sword.
4. What is a capital sin to a Warrior?
5. What does a Warrior do when he is faced with a monotonous task?
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