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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. A warrior only risks his heart for ________.
2. A warrior of light sometimes fights with ________.
3. A warrior doesn't pay attention to friends that believe he has lost enthusiasm because....?
4. A prolonged war finally destroys the ______ too.
5. When a Warrior needs help he ________.
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the universe going to help the Warriors of 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. What is the difference between perseverance and insistence?
4. What is odd to a Warrior of the Light?
5. Why can't a Warrior listen to someone who, being incapable of achieving any result at all preach renunciation?
6. What does a Warrior of the Light realize when he comes to a situation he has already faced before?
7. How does a Warrior of the Light react to people who try to prove that they are better than he is?
8. Why does a Warrior of the Light sometimes exaggerate?
9. What are the two worst strategic mistakes a Warrior could make?
10. Why does a Warrior not complain when the path of life he walks down gets hard?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss how a perpetual group environment can be limiting to the whole outcome. Why is it as important to draw on the resources of others as to draw on your own? What benefits come from this? Why?
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
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.
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