Most of us grew up hearing the name 'Mother Teresa'.To many of us, that name represents Charity because we all know that 'Mother Teresa' was massively dedicated to Charity works.Interestingly, what most of us don't know is that Mother Teresa is not even her real name.
"Negatively charged people sit on their buts. Monitor your language. Listen to the way you respond to questions and situations." - Les Brown Watch your buts this Thursday! "We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do." - Mother Teresa
These wisdom quotes will increase your wisdom bank and also help you act wisely when in a difficult situation. Sir tight and enjoy! 1. “The Journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. - Lao Tzu 2. “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” - Anne Frank 3. “The right way is not always the popular and easy way. Standing for right when it is unpopular is a true test of moral character.” - Margaret Chase Smith 4. “Don't judge a man until you've
The Nobel peace prize has always been revered, respected for its importance and the recognition it gives to those who have done well in an attempt to bring peace to the world. For instance, people such as Gandhi, and Mother Teresa. However, there are times when the peace prize is given to someone in history and the world simply became doubtful of the process that leads to the selection process.
Abraham Lincoln. He his the 6th president of the United States. He led the United States through its Civil War which was a severe political crisis, he preserved the union, abolish slavery and strengthened the Federal government. Martin Luther King. He was Baptist minister and a social activist who led the civil right movement in the United State from the mid 1950 until his death by assassination in 1968. John Kenedy. He was an American politician who served as the 35th President of the United States. There were
Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu is the woman whose name later entered the books of history as Mother Teresa of Calcutta the woman who was born in Macedonia in 1907, was the woman many believed to have changed the world in her own capacity. Though born in Macedonia, Mother Teresa spent most of life in India, and in 1948 she founded the order of the Missionaries of Charity, an order she dedicated to taking care of children, especially the poor and less privilege.
That spirit of Christian charity suffuses this prayer, which Mother Teresa prayed daily. It reminds us that the reason we care for the bodily needs of others is that our love for them makes us long to bring their souls to Christ. Dear Jesus, help me to spread Thy fragrance everywhere I go.
To be able to maintain our focus during prayers, we must also establish an internal and external culture of silence. Mother Teresa of Calcutta reminds us of the necessity of this by saying, "When it is difficult to pray, we must help ourselves to do so."
A big name is somebody who is notable and gets loads of public consideration, or enthusiasm from different people. An individual whom the general population knows about being along with somebody in government is likely notable but at this point not a big name except if something different makes them intriguing to different people. Normally an individual turns into a VIP from pleasure which incorporates people who are in films, people who sing melodies, and an individual who plays out a game. Individuals who
Mother Teresa is known for her Catholic faith and her service to those in need. Believe it or not, there were people who criticized some of the ways she worked and some of her beliefs, but she was a woman who followed her own convictions no matter the consequences. Her passion for good began when she was only a little girl. The start of her journey began in her hometown of Skopje, Macedonia, which was then part of the crumbling Ottoman Empire. Her life in the culturally rich city was a pleasant one — at first.
"Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” -James 1:27, states. Mrs Ekaette Columba is one woman of faith and the MOTHER TERESA OF IKONO, owing to her numerous strides in engaging the women, giving to the poor and caring for the sick in the area. Like Nun and missionary Mother Teresa, known in the Catholic Church as Saint Teresa of Calcutta -devoted her life to caring for the
Many years ago before I was born, this story was told to me and I came to meet part of it. I am the first grandson of Dada Golibe. Dada Maryrose Golibe was my grandmother or would I say my great grandma. She was married into the family of Chief Ezeani Ume at a tender age, she was only a baby when she was brought to my community and my grandpa nurtured her until she was ripe for wifely duties. She was very industrious and hardworking woman that traded in dried fish. She bought lands on her husband's name and
Welcome to another article of mine. It is worthy of note that mother Teresa was the founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic congregation of women dedicated to helping the poor. More so, mother Teresa is a catholic Nun who was considered one of the 20th Century's greatest humanitarians, she was canonized as Saint Teresa of Calcutta in 2016. It might interest you to know that the catholic church is a world wide church. It originatd from Rome. The pope is the head of the church.
Jocelyn Morffi is a 32-year-old woman who lives in Miami, Florida. She was a first-grade teacher and she loved what she did, the kids loved her back, and the parents adored her as a teacher. Everything was perfect — or so it seemed. Jocelyn was well known by the parents and staff and was one of the most popular teachers at the school. Parents of her students praised her and referred to Miss Morffi as the "Mother Teresa of teachers," and for a good reason! As a teacher of children who are so young and impressionable,
Today, I'm going to be sharing some motivational quotes to you. I hope you get motivated. 1. If you can't make it good,at least mate it look good. - Bill Gates. 2. Don't compare yourself to anyone in this world... If you do, you are insulting yourself. - Bill Gates. 3. If you want to shine like the sun first, you have to burn like it. - Adolf Hitler 4. Words build bridges into unexplored regions. - Adolf Hitler 5. If you can't feed a hundred people, at least feed one person. - Mother Teresa 6. Loneliness and
Mother Teresa was the most helpful soul ever born.She was the philanthropist in true sense, she has worked for the Welfare through out her life, till she died. Mother Teresa born as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu on 26 August 1910, it is interesting to note that she was born as Albanian in Macedonia. She went to India in 1929 and spent almost two decades teaching in the school in Calcutta, it was later on in 1948 that she decided to work for the needy and the poor. Her real journey for the same began in 1948 in India,
HEROES DIARY Name: Mother Teresa Date of Birth: August 26, 1910 Date of Death: September 5, 1997 Years spent: 87 years, 10 days Country of Birth: Macedonia Mother Teresa was a Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life to serving the poor and destitute around the world. She spent many years in Calcutta, India where she founded the Missionaries of Charity, a religious congregation devoted to helping those in great need. In 1979, Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and became a symbol of charitable, selfless
Love is the most defined words in the world, funnily, no perfect definition or generally accepted definition for love. Love is best defined by the person defining it. Love goes beyond definition, love is an action in word. Mother Teresa once said, "not everybody can do great things but everybody can do small things in a great way." you might not have everything in the world or known by many even in your community but if you have love, you are a wealthy man. God is love, God loved us he want us to love one another.
The story of mother Teresa is one of loving the unlovable. Teresa was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu of Albanian parents in Skopje, Yugoslavia, the youngest of three children. She was greatly influenced by her mother, a devout and strong-willed woman. When Agnes was 18 she joined the sisters of Loreto, an Irish order of missionary nuns. In 1929, at age of 19, she went to Calcutta, India, Where she has remained ever since. She made her first vows in 1931, taking the name of St. Teresa of Lissiesux ( "Little Flower
Probably many people might have died a virgin, but these list is made possible due to the fact that the listed names are famous, most of the people on this list possibly died as a Virgin due to different reasons, some died a virgin because of religious devotions, some as a result of several ailment and others their career was the stumbling blocks. Below are the lists and happy reading. Mother Theresa As a nun, you make a vow of celibacy on behalf of the church and God. She even surpassed a "sister" as most nuns