Mother Teresa A Life Of Love By Elaine Murray Stone

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This strong and independent woman was born Gonxha (Agnes) Bojaxhiu in Skopje, Yugoslavia, on August 27, 1910. When mother Teresa was still little in her early years she always wanted to help others. When she turned 18 she had heard of a mission. So she packed her things and went to India to help doing what she always wanted to do since 12. Mother Teresa was going to teach high up in the mountain were their was low pollution and great fresh air for the wealthy to breath. Since no one could speak her language she had to learn English very very quick. So mother Teresa was a teacher their. And a on point she had even became the principle. But Mother Teresa was not satisfied with just teaching ...view middle of the document...

She new that if u stayed around lepers to much you would catch leprosy but Mother Teresa and her nuns were trained very well not to get sick. As word spread of Mother Teresa more nuns and women came to help. Mother Teresa would put them in a test she would take the to the poorest of the poor and see how the sisters and women would act id the were heart stricken they would join but if they were discussed the would leave. As more and more people heard of mother Teresa the news and politics began to follow her. She was soon now through out the whole world .Mother Teresa was beginning to win prize after prize but not caring for the fame of the honors of being noted she just want to get the prize money so she can open new building for then poor. India rewarded mother Teresa with free flight were ever she went others air plane companies started to go the same. When mother Teresa flew she always flew in couch the lowest of the classes but some times mother Teresa had to fly first class because all the other seats were taken. When Mother Teresa flew people would come up to her to ask for her auto graphs. And when they did she would bless every single one of them. One lady thanked Mother Teresa for blessing her just because she is her. Mother Teresa had won the most prestige prize ever she had won the noble peace prize with a cash reward of 190000 prize money. Winning all this money went straight to her building for the poor and sick. One day a news reported ask mother Teresa...

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