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Mother Teressa Quote for Inspiration

Quotations are the expressions by others.Some expressions by great leaders like Mother Teressa, become famous quotations as it motivates you to change your heart and improve upon yourself. Womenlines proudly starts this new category of quotation of the week, with the aim to motivate the fellow womenfolk to improve their lives and themselves. In such a busy life routine we almost forget the importance of such values and emotions in our heart.

Mother Teressa needs no introduction.Her acts of selfless service to humankind touched people of all strata. She was a darling of the masses; a messiah in the garb of a nun. Let us gain from these Mother Teresa quotes-·                                 images-11

It is easy to love the people far away. It is not always easy to love those close to us. It is easier to give a cup of rice to relieve hunger than to relieve the loneliness and pain of someone unloved in our own home. Bring love into your home for this is where our love for each other must start.
I am not sure exactly what Heaven will be like. But I don’t know that when we die and if comes the time for God to judge us, He will not ask, “How many good things have you done in your life?” Rather He will ask, “How much love did you put into what you did?

These quotes are really thought-provoking. Home is the right place to spread the love around and if every member of the family puts real love in what he is doing then every home will convert into heaven!

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  1. Quotation of the week to inspire womenfolk for excellence!

    […] Quotation of the week- “No person is your friend (or kin) who demands your silence, or denies your right to grow and be perceived as fully blossomed as you were intended.” – Alice Malsenior Walker (born February 9, 1944) is an American author, self-declared feminist and womanist—the latter a term she herself coined to make a special distinction between the experiences of women of colour. She has written at length on issues of race and gender and is most famous for the critically acclaimed novel The Color Purple, for which she won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. […]

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