Mother Teresa: A Rebel For A Cause
Many people are helpful in their own ways some help the environment by saving paper and turning of the lights when they are not needed. Some are helpful to animals by volunteering at animal shelters, making sure animals are not put down for no use and organizing recycling or trash programs to clean up the wildlife habitats. Lastly, some are helpful to people by donating money or clothes to charities or going to poor places around the world to help rebuild the people and the places they live in. Mother Teresa is one of the types of people that helps others. As an inspiring and motivated woman, Mother Teresa was a civil rights leader, started several charities around the world, and pledged her life as chaste to help everyone.
Mother Teresa was a woman who inspired many people, by helping others in need. She was important and influential from the 1920’s till the day she died in 1997. Mother Teresa placed several charities in 123 countries of the world! She went all around the world to help people in need. She went to slums and nursed people back to health and cared for them. “On 21 December she went for the first time to the slums. She visited families, washed the sores of some children, cared for an old man lying sick on the road and nursed a woman dying of hunger and TB.” (Mother Teresa of Calcutta Center). Mother Teresa also had over 4000 followers, or as she called them, sisters. She had inspired so many people, and her actions impressed so many people around the world. “… the Missionaries of Charity established their first house outside of India in the Venezuelan diocese of Barquisimeto, at the invitation of Bishop Benitez. Impressed by Mother Teresa’s charitable endeavors… wanted her to assist the ‘poorest of the poor’… landless and largely illiterate descendants of African slaves… to toil in the copper mines...” (Slavicek 57)
Mother Teresa pledged her life to be pure or chaste in order to help others. She declared...
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