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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. It is a waste of time to fight for a ______.
2. What is the best way to convince an enemy not to attack?
3. What does a student who challenges a teacher really want?
4. What two things can a warrior never be without in battle?
5. A Warrior of the Light may seem mad, ________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What two things are written on the columns of Desire and Fear that hold a doorway?
2. Why does a Warrior always keep his promises?
3. 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?
4. Why does a Warrior not attempt to judge someone elses' suffering?
5. How is water extremely strong?
6. What does a Warrior of the Light realize when he comes to a situation he has already faced before?
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 of the Light not allow himself to become paralyzed by? What instead does a Warrior need to remember?
10. What is the difference between thinking about the small things and thinking small?
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
Explain the statement that " only a person who, suitably equipped, feels no desire to the results of conquest and yet remains absorbed in the struggle can truly say that he has renounced the fruits of victory." Put this statement into your own words. Why would someone want to renounce the fruits of victory? To what ends could this serve?
Essay Topic 3
Explain the five rules of combat. Why are these rules so important and vital to a battle? Explain how missing one of these things can mean the difference between success and failure. How are these rules managed in present time? Who would be considered a Warrior of the Light in today's day and age? What makes this person worthy of this kind of distinction?
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