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Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa

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Published by Asish Ghosal
WHAT WE DESPARATELY NEED...
WHAT WE DESPARATELY NEED...

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Published by: Asish Ghosal on Mar 17, 2011
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Tribute to Mother Teresa1910-1997She was a Roman Catholicnun born in Macedonia[Europe] who founded TheMissionaries of Charity inCalcutta« She won theNobel Peace Prize in 1979for her humanitarian work
 
MOTHER TERESAMOTHER TERESA
IN HER OWN WORDSIN HER OWN WORDS
Do not wait forleaders;do it alone,person to person.Do not wait forleaders;do it alone,person to person.
Mother Teresa taught us by herexample what it really means to¶live·.
 
I think today the world is upside down, andis suffering so much because there is sovery little love in the home, and in familylife. We have no time for our children, wehave no time for each other, there is notime to enjoy each other.I think today the world is upside down, andis suffering so much because there is sovery little love in the home, and in familylife. We have no time for our children, wehave no time for each other, there is notime to enjoy each other.Love begins at home; love lives in homes, and that iswhy there is so much suffering and so muchunhappiness in the world today...Everybody today seemsto be in such a terrible rush, anxious for greaterdevelopments and greater riches and so on, so that parents have very little time for their children. Parentshave very little time for each other, and in the homebegins the disruption of the peace of the world.Love begins at home; love lives in homes, and that iswhy there is so much suffering and so muchunhappiness in the world today...Everybody today seemsto be in such a terrible rush, anxious for greaterdevelopments and greater riches and so on, so that parents have very little time for their children. Parentshave very little time for each other, and in the homebegins the disruption of the peace of the world.

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