At age of 12, she felt strongly the call of God. At age of 18, she left home to serve people and the rest of her story is really a history to be taught to coming generation that somebody like her really existed on earth.If I get a chance to meet any historical figure Mother Teresa will be that lady whom I would like to meet and talk. How can such a lady exist who served humanity without any hope of return? “The Missionaries of Charity” was started by Mother to love and care for those persons nobody was prepared to look after.This organization is present in many countries all over world and following Mother’s way of helping needy people.
Mother Teresa followed her instincts and was always ready to help poor. First calling made her realize she is born to help others and second calling made her realize that she should not lead her life as a Convent Nun but should help poor directly. Her life history teaches us if there is will there is the way. Her desire to help people was fulfilled and various organizations across the whole world supported her mission. From the late 1960s until 1980, the Missionaries of Charity expanded both in their reach across the globe and in their number of members. Mother Teresa opened houses in Australia, the Middle East, and North America. In 1979 Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. By that same year, there were 158 Missionaries of Charity foundations. Whenever she got a chance she found out some way to help the section of society who really required most help. Like for Aids Patients, she opened a first house’Gift of Love’ in 1985in New York where she spoke at the fortieth anniversary of the United Nations General Assembly.
I want to hug her and feel her positivity around myself. Somebody pure like her can be like God only and in true words, she is a saint. I want to ask her how she managed to be such a pure person. How she managed to be a human and save herself from all negativity around herself. How was she able to make her willpower so strong?
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