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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't a Warrior rest for longer than he should?
(a) He might never go back to battle.
(b) He could get lazy.
(c) He is not in full control of his faculties.
(d) Time can pass like a Sunday afternoon.
2. Why is a Warrior constantly trying to improve himself?
(a) If he allows himself to grow careless, he might lose his life.
(b) Each blow has to have the strength and skill of all the Warriors before him.
(c) He must always come out the victor in battle.
(d) He must always be kept at a distance from his enemies.
3. What does a Warrior do in the silence?
(a) He talks to people and gets an idea of their battle strategy.
(b) All of these.
(c) He puts down his armor and weapons and relaxes.
(d) He trains himself in the use of the sword and keeps his eye on the horizon.
4. What does a Warrior look at when examining an action?
(a) The consequences.
(b) The intention.
(c) The outcome.
(d) The people involved.
5. What parries all blows?
(c) Not to get involved at all.
6. What is one thing a Warrior will not put up with?
(c) Ill doings.
7. What word can become a trap?
8. What does the Arabic proverb say?
(a) "God judges a tree not by its fruits but by its roots."
(b) Two of these.
(c) "God judges a tree by its fruits and not by its roots."
(d) "Let your actions speak volumes, and your words little."
9. Why does a Warrior share his knowledge of the path with others?
(a) He who gives help is more respected, and in that respect likely to earn favor with the King.
(b) He who teaches for free is held in the highest of regards.
(c) He who gives help, receives help and needs to teach what he has learned.
(d) He who gives help is held in a higher esteem, and more likely to recruit people.
10. Why does a Warrior defend his ideas in public?
(a) So he may gain the conviction and trust of his friends and allies.
(b) So he can pass off the image of a just, and righteous person.
(c) Fighting for what is just and righteous always leads to women and wine.
(d) After you have done so, you make an effort to live accordingly.
11. What of these is not one of the five rules of combat?
12. What practice is a powerful tool for the promotion of inner growth?
(a) Paying attention to breath.
(b) Paying attention to blinking.
(c) All of these.
(d) Noticing the things around him.
13. To whom does a Warrior offer his conquests?
(a) His country.
(c) His king.
(d) His friends.
14. What is the important lesson to be learned in illness?
(a) That good health should never be wasted.
(b) That poor health is a penance.
(c) That life is short.
(d) The blessing of good health.
15. What does a Warrior not do when faced with a pause in the struggle?
(a) Makes sure his heart is satisfied.
(b) Makes sure faith still burns in his soul.
(c) Makes sure his sword is sharp.
(d) Takes stock in a situation and makes sure he is just.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what regard doesn't a Warrior behave like a child?
2. What words give a Warrior renewed strength?
3. An enemy approaches a Warrior with a bag full of what?
4. Why does a Warrior not threaten people?
5. Why is a Warrior unconcerned about envy?
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