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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "The ________ Girl," Hafiz realizes he needs to leave his own sense of self behind when he is approaching God.
2. Hafiz describes a change in a person that occurs when they are ready to surrender to God in the poem "My _____ So Soft".
3. "Love Lifts Me" is the response of the _________ who can defy gravity and gloom, according to Hafiz.
4. Hafiz asserts that he is an earth that will perish without the ______ of God's presence in the poem "That Does Perish".
5. The first poem of Chapter 13 "______" suggests that everything in creation is part of God's body and so deserves to be revered.
6. "Bring the Man to Me" describes a master who knows that his ____ is praying for freedom and summons him.
7. A person will be swallowed up by __________ if he does not find joyful work, according to Hafiz.
(a) The world.
(b) Their ego.
(c) A book.
(d) The waters.
8. Hafiz suggests that surrender is _____ in the poem "The Clay Bowl's Destiny" and is God's intent for life on earth.
9. When a person does not understand the proximity of God in his life, Hafiz says he might have to ___________ them.
10. Hafiz refers to the things he will leave behind that he strove to be a steward for in the poem "Who Will Feed my _____".
11. The poem "____ You to My Body" describes Hafiz's desire to keep his students close and teach them all the time.
12. "Between Our Poles" is a poem which compares humanity's ability to display the characteristics of God to the _____________.
(a) Art pieces in a museum.
(d) Banks of a river.
13. Hafiz describes people who don't know their own glory as "The Sun in ________" in one of his poems.
14. The poem "This _____" describes unity with God as a place from which one must invite others to join in.
15. Hafiz returns to the idea that the __________ is temporary and that it is important to be connected to things that bring eternity and divinity to mind.
(a) Physical world.
Short Answer Questions
1. "The ________ Warehouse" is a place full of distractions from the divine, according to Hafiz.
2. In the poem "_____Hear Watchdogs" Hafiz describes the idea that true believers don't feel they have to trick God into blessing them.
3. Hafiz comments on the commonality of a life of worship between humans and animals in the poem "The _____ and I Will Chat".
4. Hafiz uses a parrot as a metaphor to describe teachers with no _____ in the poem "The Diamond Takes Shape".
5. Chapter 21 opens with an invitation from God to dance in the poem "The God Who Only Knows ______ Words".
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