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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who asks Almustafa about beauty?
(a) The merchant
(b) The poet
(c) The mother
(d) The mason
2. Prayer is the expansion of one's self into the _________.
(a) Living ether.
(d) Ears of spirits.
3. Striving for gain is like what?
(a) A new relationship.
(b) A root clinging to the earth.
(c) An uphill battle.
(d) A worldwide illness.
4. Who bids Almustafa to leave?
(a) The wind.
(b) The earth.
(d) The people.
5. What does Almustafa want to be remembered as?
(a) A savior.
(b) A beginning.
(c) A priest.
(d) A light.
6. What is a friend?
(a) One's needs answered.
(b) A burden.
(c) A great adventure.
(d) A breath of fresh air.
7. Who asks Almustafa about good and evil?
(a) A judge
(b) A child
(c) A city elder
(d) A wise guru
8. Who blesses the day?
(b) A woman
(c) An elder
(d) The people
9. What can not be separated from actions or belief from occupations?
10. Who transmits faith and lovingness and leads students to the threshold of their own mind?
11. Only when the earth claims one's limbs can one truly _________.
(a) Be free
(b) Lighten their worries
12. The wellspring of the soul must flow to where in order for the depths to be revealed?
(a) To the sea
(b) To the rivers
(c) To the other people
(d) To the land
13. One should speak about finding ______________.
(a) A truth
(b) The truth
(c) Someone's truth
(d) Your truth
14. What can friends be and still share their thoughts, desires, expectations and joy?
15. Who says that beauty will rise with the dawn?
(a) The owls
(b) The servants
(c) The children
(d) The watchman
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Almustafa claim to have been during this day?
2. Almustafa likens the soul to a ____________.
3. Much of one's talking leaves what half-murdered?
4. Reason confines, while unattended passion ________.
5. The cup burns the lips, but is moistened by what?
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