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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does a Warrior not do when faced with a pause in the struggle?
(a) Takes stock in a situation and makes sure he is just.
(b) Makes sure faith still burns in his soul.
(c) Makes sure his heart is satisfied.
(d) Makes sure his sword is sharp.
2. Why doesn't the Warrior ever listen to what the devil has to say?
(a) He must always remain on the path of the Light.
(b) He is the master of his sword.
(c) He is an instrument of the light and incapable of hearing these things.
(d) He must not allow himself to fight for an unjust cause.
3. "A Warrior is as wise as a(n) _____ and as innocent as a ______."
(a) Serpent, dove.
(b) Owl, fawn.
(c) Elephant, child.
(d) Dolphin, kitten.
4. Why doesn't a Warrior give up when he is uninspired on his path?
(a) He knows that he will get what he wants if he maintains a positive outlook.
(b) He knows that no one can be enthused all the time.
(c) He knows that many people depend on him.
(d) He knows his angel of inspiration has stepped away for a moment.
5. A Warrior never fights with anyone who does not deserve what?
(a) The trust of his sword.
(b) The blade of his sword.
(c) The blood from his veins.
(d) The honor of combat.
6. At what point does a Warrior fight?
(a) Only if it is absolutely necessary.
(b) Only if he is sure that he can win.
(c) Only if conflict cannot be resolved in any other way.
(d) If he can be assured of a decent lesson from his mistake.
7. What practice is a powerful tool for the promotion of inner growth?
(a) Paying attention to blinking.
(b) Paying attention to breath.
(c) All of these.
(d) Noticing the things around him.
8. If a battle carries on with neither wins nor losses, what does a Warrior do?
(a) Negotiate a truce.
(b) Slaughter his enemy.
(c) Call for reinforcements.
(d) Fight on.
9. Why is a Warrior proud of people saying he talks nonsense?
(a) In his childish innocence, he remains in contact with God.
(b) Both of these.
(c) While he is innocent, he is vulnerable, and every Warrior must be at some point, vulnerable.
(d) None of these.
10. When does a Warrior know that he is in a crisis?
(a) When he is lonely and there is no one beside him.
(b) When he is separated from things he has always loved.
(c) When he loses every battle he enters.
(d) When he loses the ones he loves.
11. Why is a Warrior unconcerned about envy?
(a) Everyone should learn to deal with it.
(b) Envy is a useful motivational tool.
(c) Everyone should be envious of someone.
(d) Envy is the driving force behind achievement.
12. 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) After you have done so, you make an effort to live accordingly.
(d) Fighting for what is just and righteous always leads to women and wine.
13. Why does a Warrior trust others?
(a) Angels speak through the mouths of others.
(b) All of these.
(c) God speaks from many forms.
(d) First, he trusts himself.
14. Why does a Warrior not threaten people?
(a) Running ones mouth is not a part of combat training.
(b) All of these.
(c) His sword was not meant to be used by the mouth.
(d) He is faced with public ridicule when he backs down.
15. In what regard doesn't a Warrior behave like a child?
(a) He makes fun of others.
(b) Talks nonsense,
(c) Has fun and plays.
(d) Ask childish questions.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these are things that line the side of the door the Warrior is trying to open?
2. What is a Warrior surprised to hear when he listens to his conscience?
3. What does a Warrior do when faced with anxiety?
4. What choice does the Warrior make when he has lost enthusiasm?
5. How does a Warrior speak of others?
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