1. Hanh explains that Buddha was a man who suffered, and that we can enter his heart now only because we ______________.
(a) Do not suffer.
(c) Are happy.
(d) Have joy.
2. How must one use suffering?
(a) For torture.
(b) For fear.
(c) For sadness.
(d) For growth.
3. To whom does the author suggest going and showing your pain?
(b) The Buddha.
(d) Your parent.
4. Siddhartha Gutama sat under a bodhi tree and vowed not to get up until when?
(a) He was tired of sitting.
(c) He understood how to alleviate suffering.
(d) Someone had come to save him.
5. Buddha claimed to have gone to the end of the path of suffering and gained what?
6. What does the wheel of Dharma teach?
(a) Buddha's Way.
(b) The Right Way.
(c) The Middle Way.
(d) Your Way.
7. With what does the Discourse on Turning the Wheel of the Dharma have to do?
(a) Randomly choosing the path one should take.
(b) Slowly help one to understand suffering.
(c) Recognizing suffering and transforming it into "mindfulness, compassion, peace and liberation."
(d) It compares the Wheel of Dharma to the Wheel of Fortune.
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