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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the main teaching of the I Ching?
(a) To persevere is favorable.
(b) To insist is favorable.
(c) To respect oneself is to respect life.
(d) To be strong is favorable.
2. How does a warrior accept each challenge?
(a) As an opportunity to transform himself.
(b) As a chance to be a better person.
(c) All of these.
(d) As an opportunity to learn and gain experience.
3. What skill does a Warrior utilize when faced with an enemy stronger than he is?
(d) Strength of Will.
4. What does a Warrior of the Light keep his heart free of?
5. What is it not the Warrior's responsibility to do?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) Judge the dreams of others.
(c) Waste time criticizing other people's decisions.
(d) Both of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these does a Warrior never resort to?
2. A warrior only risks his heart for ________.
3. Where does a gazelle's power lie?
4. Why is a Warrior of the light in this world?
5. Why doesn't a Warrior of the Light trust exclusively in his intelligence?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why may a Warrior of the Light not live in a state of complete relaxation?
2. What kinds of things does a Warrior talk about around a fire?
3. How can Warriors of the Light be considered mad?
4. Why does a Warrior of the Light also rely on his madness?
5. What is odd to a Warrior of the Light?
6. How is a Warrior of Light like a rock?
7. How is water extremely strong?
8. Why does a Warrior always keep his heart free of hatred?
9. What can a Warrior distinguish between? What does this mean?
10. How has a Warrior of the Light persevered in his desire to become better?
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