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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author suggest using as a bell of mindfulness when driving in Montreal?
(a) Train tracks.
(b) Car horn.
(c) "Je me souviens" license plate.
(d) Stop signs.
2. How is Hanh's presence still felt in Vietnam?
(a) The Hanh Library is located in Vietnam.
(b) He visits Vietnam often to lecture.
(c) Handwritten copies of his books are illegally circulated there.
(d) His contributions to peace are taught in Vietnam's schools.
3. What kind of lighting should be in a family meditation room?
(a) No lighting.
(c) Bright lighting.
(d) Dim lighting.
4. What is essential to productivity?
(a) Nimble body movements.
(b) Linking the mind and body.
(d) Quick thinking.
5. According to Hanh, what items should be in a family meditation room?
(a) Cushions, a bell, and a vase of flowers.
(b) Cushions and a bell.
(c) Cushions and a vase of flowers.
(d) Cushions, a candle, and a bell.
6. Which mantra during conscious breathing relaxes the body?
(a) "Breathing in, I am happy."
(b) "Breathing in, I calm my body."
(c) "Breathing out, I release the negatives."
(d) "Breathing out, I smile."
7. What phrase is used in the Editor's Introduction to describe "Peace is Every Step"?
(a) Book of reminders.
(b) Life's handbook for peace.
(c) Book of peace.
(d) Joyful book art.
8. In "Cookie of Childhood", who gives Hanh a cookie to savor?
(a) His friend.
(b) His grandmother.
(c) His brother.
(d) His mother.
9. Where is Gethsemani?
(a) New York City.
(c) Louisville, Kentucky.
(d) New Delhi, India.
10. Why does one sometimes go for a drive unnecessarily?
(a) To maintain the car.
(b) To quiet the bells.
(c) To escape oneself.
(d) To enjoy nature.
11. What are the fundamental basics of peace?
(a) Health, wealth, and empathy.
(b) Love, compassion, and altruism.
(c) Money, food, and shelter.
(d) Health, religion, and altruism.
12. What enables one to become a real person?
(a) Greeting others.
(b) Practicing mindfulness.
(c) Studying the classics.
(d) Smiling at others.
13. Who presents a smile openly without any goal?
(b) The Dalai Lama.
(c) A monk.
(d) A child.
14. At the beginning of Part l, Chapter1, what gift is available to everyone upon waking up each morning?
(b) Twenty-four hours.
15. What is Hanh's synonym for aimlessness?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the origin of a smile?
2. Who smiles at Buddha?
3. In which yoga position are the legs crossed by placing both feet on opposite knees?
4. What do non-sounds remind us to do?
5. Who was the first monk to ride a bicycle in Vietnam?
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