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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 does it mean to a Warrior when things go silent?
2. What does God teach us through death?
3. Why does a Warrior have no regrets?
4. What does a Warrior know when he has fallen into an abyss, and he is unsure of whether he will get out?
5. To whom does a Warrior offer his conquests?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Warriors on their own, and what do they become with other Warriors?
2. How do negative things show the contrast to good things?
3. What two things are written on the columns of Desire and Fear that hold a doorway?
4. What is the difference between thinking about the small things and thinking small?
5. Why doesn't a Warrior talk about his plans?
6. What is the difference between trusting other people's advice and depending on it?
7. What does a Warrior do when faced with the pursuit of Evil?
8. Why does a Warrior feel proud and then immediately ashamed when people comment on his faith?
9. Why does a Warrior avoid people that are only around when he is defeated?
10. Why does a Warrior listen to his enemy? Why to the side of pursuing Evil?
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
What kind of person is a Warrior of the Light? How are they almost fantastic in their description? What kinds of things make a Warrior of the Light a realistic person with flaws? Is the path of a Warrior of the Light obtainable in todays day and age? How or why not?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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