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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Happiness and beauty lie where?
(a) In our bodies.
(b) In our minds.
(c) In our hearts.
(d) In our actions.
2. We can look deeply into the Five Aggregates, and remember the reality of what?
(a) Birth and death.
(b) No-birth and no-death.
(d) Joy and suffering.
3. Our true home, and paradise, are where?
(a) In heaven.
(b) In the present moment.
(c) In the past.
(d) In the future.
4. Composing or performing art can be what?
(a) Right thinking.
(b) Right livelihood.
(c) Right concentration.
(d) Right action.
5. What are the Three Doors of Liberation, opened by the Three Dharma Seals?
(a) Peace, quiet, and calm.
(b) Fear, suffering, and hate.
(c) Emptiness, signlessness and aimlessness.
(d) Love, joy, and happiness.
Short Answer Questions
1. Investigation and allowing things to reveal themselves expands what?
2. Mindfulness, investigation of phenomena, diligence, joy, ease, concentration and letting go are the seven factors of what?
3. Incorrect perceptions are conditioned by the afflictions in us of what?
4. We will see layers of causes and conditions, and can now stop ingesting the nutriments causing our suffering by practicing what as a guide?
5. While Dharma is compassion, understanding and love, to realize it we need a _____________, or community and elements which support our practice.
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the Twelve Links.
2. What is the relationship between Buddha's teachings?
3. What is the importance of Dharma and Sangha?
4. What are the seven factors of awakening or enlightenment?
5. What are the Three Doors of Liberation?
6. What is said about love and happiness in this chapter?
7. Describe to of the Five Aggregates.
8. Describe two of these seven factors.
9. How is nonself important?
10. How is Buddha important as one of the three jewels of refuge?
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