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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 important lesson to be learned in illness?
(a) That life is short.
(b) That good health should never be wasted.
(c) That poor health is a penance.
(d) The blessing of good health.
2. What do all believers know?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) That he can overcome any odds.
(c) Both of these.
(d) That for each defeat are two victories in his favor.
3. What practice is a powerful tool for the promotion of inner growth?
(a) Noticing the things around him.
(b) All of these.
(c) Paying attention to breath.
(d) Paying attention to blinking.
4. What does a Warrior do if he is confronted with someone he has wronged in the past?
(a) He justifies his actions.
(b) He begs for forgiveness.
(c) He rights the wrong he did them.
(d) He pays them back one hundred fold.
5. He does not ask anyone else for ______ to wield his sword.
(b) The right.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does a Warrior not talk about his defeats?
2. Why does a Warrior seek out love?
3. Why is a Warrior proud of people saying he talks nonsense?
4. Why is a Warrior calm and secure?
5. Why is a Warrior unconcerned about envy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does a Warrior do when faced with the pursuit of Evil?
2. In what regard is Marek Halter correct, and in which way is he wrong?
3. What happens when a Warrior finds himself in a crisis?
4. How do negative things show the contrast to good things?
5. What is the difference between a dignified truce and a cowardly one?
6. Why does a Warrior feel proud and then immediately ashamed when people comment on his faith?
7. Why does a Warrior examine the dark parts of himself?
8. How do two paths become one for the Warrior?
9. What are Warriors on their own, and what do they become with other Warriors?
10. Why is a Warrior of the Light unafraid of sharing his conquests?
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