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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. How does a Warrior of the Light sometimes behave like water?
2. A Warrior of the Light may seem mad, ________.
3. Once he has started, a Warrior of the Light _________.
4. When does a Warrior withdraw from the battlefield?
5. Who never makes the same mistake twice?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why may a Warrior of the Light not live in a state of complete relaxation?
2. What does a wise Chinese man have to say in regards to war?
3. What kinds of things does a Warrior of the Light gain from his companions?
4. What is the difference between perseverance and insistence?
5. Why can't a Warrior listen to someone who, being incapable of achieving any result at all preach renunciation?
6. What do the signs say that are in the Enemy's hands?
7. What kinds of things does a Warrior talk about around a fire?
8. Why does a Warrior of the Light also rely on his madness?
9. What is odd to a Warrior of the Light?
10. What are the two worst strategic mistakes a Warrior could make?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
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 3
Compare the Warrior of the Light to a philanthropist. What do the two have in common, and in what ways do they differ? Compare values, life views and social impact.
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