1. Where does the title of the book come from?
(b) A quote from Ghandi.
(c) A sacred scripture.
(d) A quote between a teacher and student.
2. What is the compassionate aspiration that the author begins with as she begins to teach?
(a) She expresses her wish to introduce her students to ideas that will open their minds to a new kind of Buddhist thought.
(b) The wish that her students can apply the teachings to free themselves and others from suffering.
(c) The desire to help all of her students to feel enough compassion for themselves that the students can reach Nirvana.
(d) The aspiration that her students enjoy their class as much as she enjoys teaching.
3. What are the three noble principles?
(a) Good in the beginning, good in the middle, good in the end.
(b) Love, hope, and generosity.
(c) Meditate, exercise, and rest.
(d) Confess your faults, move toward your fears, and release your expectations.
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