Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, commonly know as Mother Teresa, is a truly significant hero of the Twentieth Century because by devoting herself wholeheartedly to the lives of the poor since her early age, she showed love, compassion, sympathy, selflessness and faith through her life. The impact that she had on the lives of others is still felt around the world after years of her death. The Nobel Prize winner set a good example of deeply devoting into humanity services.
Since her early age, she wished to help the poor and loved the stories of missionaries’ lives and devoted deeply into her humanity work ever since. (Mother Teresa Early Life) In 1928, Mother Teresa left home to join the Loreto sisters and went to Ireland. She could stay in her home and live with her family, but instead she chose to leave home and start her life in helping the poor. She received her call to serve the poorest of the poor in 10 September 1946, and she didn’t hesitate for a second and left Loreto Order to serve in Calcutta in 1948. The congregation of the new found Missionaries of Charity was approved in 7 October 1950 and the early group of Missionaries of Charity eventually opened Shishu Bhavan, a home for handicapped and homeless children. In 1959, the first house outside Calcutta was opened and in the following year, Mother Teresa finally travelled outside of India since 1929 when she started her humanity work. (Mother Teresa) She was so deeply involved in the work of helping the poor that she stayed in India for 31 year without stopping to rest.
She was a loving and caring person. She was selfless when she was with poor people and in the same time full of sympathy. She has an unbelievably strong faith. In an interview with Mother Teresa conducted by the Time Magazine, when the interviewer asked “Why have you been so successful?” She answered “Jesus made Himself the bread of life to give us life. That's where we begin the day, with Mass. And we end the day with Adoration of the...
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