Mother Teresa (1910-1997) nun and missionary

Mother Teresa (1910-1997) nun and missionary

Mother Teresa (1910-1997) nun and missionary 

Mother Teresa

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The women with many nationalities and the maximum she did his work of social upliftment was not only for India but for the whole world. She was Ottoman, Serbian, Bulgarian, Yugoslavian, Indian and Albanian. She was born in West Germany and is the mother of every child all over the world. She was born on 26 August 1910 and left us all with her kindness and the thoughts that there existed a lady which had a heart of gold on 5 September 1997.  Mother Teresa

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Her most of the life was spent in India her mission was to help the people who had HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, soup kitchens, leprosy and children who were orphans. She was active in 133 countries through her sisters who were Roman Catholic by religion and they were 4500 in total. She was influenced by the life of Missionaries and the work they did in Bengal. She passed away in Calcutta. She left her house at the age of 18 and never saw her mother and sister ever again. His father passed away when she was eight years old. 
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She was always passionate to become a missionary and started her life by being a teacher at Loreto Convent in Calcutta for 20 years. She started by getting basic hospitality training so that she could serve and help the poor, she enjoyed teaching a lot but she had a heart which had space for everyone who was suffering. She couldn't bear the people who were at a circumstance that nobody ever looked at them with love and care to offer.  
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She has always expressed her pain that she felt for the poor and the connection was so deep that she could always relate to them and feel the agony too. She was a global figure and offering her help to everyone around. She was aware of the pain that the people suffering from deadly diseases have felt and she wanted them to die peacefully, the beautiful death was one of her thoughts only. She was against abortion and this was a big part of her thoughts that was certainly criticized by many around.  

Mother Teresa

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