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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What counts more than enthusiasm and training in a battle?
2. What does a warrior realize regarding repeated experiences?
3. What does a Warrior face overwhelming odds with?
4. What doesn't a Warrior do, in regards to his enemy?
5. Accumulating love brings what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is odd to a Warrior of the Light?
2. What does a Warrior of the Light not allow himself to become paralyzed by? What instead does a Warrior need to remember?
3. How is water extremely strong?
4. Why can't a Warrior listen to someone who, being incapable of achieving any result at all preach renunciation?
5. Why is the fact that a Warrior of the Light seeks to be alone after some injustice has been done unto him? Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
6. What kinds of things does a Warrior talk about around a fire?
7. How has a Warrior of the Light persevered in his desire to become better?
8. How are Warriors of the Light often meek?
9. What does a Warrior do when he knows his enemy is stronger?
10. Explain the expression "a Warrior never picks fruit while it is still green."
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
A Warrior of the Light seeks to be alone when some injustice has been done unto him in order to not show his pain to others. Why is this a good and a bad thing? What do you do when you are the victim of an injustice or a problem that implements itself on you? Why do you react this way? Is it a preferable way to act? Explain.
Essay Topic 2
Discuss contradictions in the book. How are they explained? In what other areas of life do we find numerous contradictions in the way things are presented to us and the actuality of the way they really are? What are some problems that can arise from this?
Essay Topic 3
In this book, numerous metaphors are used to make simple complex ideas. Discuss the use of metaphors and their actual meanings throughout the book. Discuss at least three, and make similar metaphors that could have been used.
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