Essay Writing about MOTHER TERESA

English_Master March 27, 2016 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA Mother Teresa, an Angel of Mercy, was born to Albanian parents on 27th August, 1910 in Skoplji, Yugoslavia. Then her name was Agnes. Mother Teresa was a symbol and personification of great human qualities like kindness, charity, love and service of the weak and the suffering. Throughout her life she was busy making people happy, bringing cheers to the sick, diseased, orphans and the helpless. The poorest certainly had the first preference in the Mother’s scheme of things but no one was prevented from approaching the Mother’s house. Thus while she preferred visiting the poor, she was quite at home meeting the rich and the famous of this world. She came to India when she was 18. Mother Teresa had grown feeble in body due to hard work all these years and age, yet her spirit of service was as strong as ever. She has became a living legend. She became a nun at the young age of 12. She worked as a teacher in Calcutta. There were many missionaries who helped her in her work of charity and service. Her homes for the destitute, lepers, sick and abandoned children are well known throughout the world. She became an Indian citizen in 1962. She was awarded Nobel Prize in 1979 for her long and outstanding...
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Essay Writing about MOTHER TERESA

English_Master March 22, 2016 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA Mother Teresa was born on 26th August, 1910 in Yugoslavia. Her real name was Agnes Bojaxhiu. She became a nun at the age of 18. She came to India as a teacher to teach in convent schools. But later, she decided to serve the poor, the needy, the dying and the helpless. She became Indian citizen in 1948. In 1950, she established the famous Missionaries of Charity. Later, many homes, schools, hospitals for the poor and homeless were opened in India and foreign countries. Now the Missionaries of Charity has 160 centers in India alone. It has its branches in over 105 countries. For her service, dedication and love for mankind, she was given many awards, prizes, honours and titles, including the Nobel Prize and Bharat Ratna. She was far above these, but accepted them in politeness. By rewarding her, actually we were rewarding ourselves. She reminded us of the Buddha because of her limitless compassion, service and faith in humanity. It is a matter of great honour and pride that she chose Calcutta and India as the place of her work and activities. She passed away on 5th September, 1997 in Calcutta. In the death of this angle of mercy and compassion, mankind has become poorer....
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MOTHER TERESA: Essay Writing

English_Master March 10, 2016 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA “The poor give us much more than we give them. They’re such strong people, living day-to-day with no food. And they never curse, never complain. We don’t have to give them pity or sympathy. We have so much to learn from them.”   -Mother Teresa ‘Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu’ later on known as ‘Mother Teresa’ was born into a middle class Albanian family in Skopje, then Yugoslavia, on 26th August, 1910. As a child she was called Gonxha. Her father, a businessman and a member of the community council, died when she was only nine years old. Her mother, Drana raised Gonxha and her siblings, Aga and Lazar, alone. Drana Bojaxhiu earned a living by sewing, and was much conscientious about the religious education of her children. Mother Stresses Piety The family prayed every evening and attended church daily. “I heard the call to give up all and follow Christ into the slums to serve him among the poorest of the poor. It was an order. I was to leave the convent and help the poor while living among them.”—Mother Teresa The children were taught to treat the poor and needy that came to knock at their door with respect and to practice charitable ways. On holidays, the...
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Essay Writing on MOTHER TERESA

English_Master January 17, 2016 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA Mother Teresa, an Angel of Mercy was born to Albanian parents on 27th August, 1910 in Skopje, Yugoslavia. Then her name was Agnes. Mother Teresa was a symbol and personification of great human qualities like kindness, charity, love and service of the weak and the suffering. Throughout her life she was busy making people happy, bringing cheers to the sick, diseased, orphans and the helpless. The poorest certainly had the first preference in the Mother’s scheme of things but no one was prevented from approaching the Mother’s house. Thus while she preferred visiting the poor, she was quite at home meeting the rich and the famous of this world. She came to India when she was 18. Mother Teresa had grown feeble in body due to hard work all these years and age, yet her spirit of service was as strong as ever. She has become a living legend. She became a nun at the young age of 12. She worked as a teacher in Calcutta. There were many missionaries who helped her in her work of charity and service. Her homes for the destitute, lepers, sick and abandoned children are well known throughout the world. She became an Indian citizen in 1962. She was awarded Nobel...
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MOTHER TERESA: Essay

English_Master December 15, 2015 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA Mother Teresa is a saint who lived in the previous century along with us. She had dedicated her whole life to the cause of the poor, the weak, the suffering, the helpless, the down-trodden and the dejected. The Nobel Prize Foundation has ennobled itself by awarding Mother Teresa with the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1979. Mother Teresa was born at Albania in Yugoslavia in 1910. At the age of twelve she decided to become a nun. At eighteen, she joined the order of Irish Loreto Nuns in Calcutta. After taking her vows, she be­came a teacher in the St. Mary’s High School, Calcutta; she spent the next twenty years. But, all these years, she was very much disturbed by the misery, she saw around in the slums of Calcutta. On September 10, 1946, she left the convent to work outside among the poorest of the poor. After getting nursing training at Patna, she began her mission of love and care. She went around the streets of Calcutta, caring the sick, the forsaken and the dying. She begged the Calcutta Corporation for a place and started her work in a Dharamsala near the Kalighat Temple. From this small beginning, the missionaries now have near about 115 schools...
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MOTHER TERESA: Essay Topics

English_Master November 30, 2015 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA Mother Teresa was born on 26th August, 1910 in Yugoslavia. Her real name was Anges Bojaxhiu. She became a nun at the age of 18. She came to India as a teacher to teach in convent schools. But later, she decided to serve poor people, the needy, the dying and the helpless. She became Indian citizen in 1948. In 1959, she established the famous Missionaries of Charity. Later, many homes, schools, hospitals for the poor and homeless were opened in India and foreign countries. Now the Missionaries of Charity have 160 centers in India alone. It has its branches in over 105 countries. For her service, dedications and love for mankind, she was given many awards, prizes, honours and titles including the Nobel prizes and Bharat Ratna. She was far above these, but accepted the in politeness. By rewarding her, actually we were rewarding ourselves. She reminded u of the Buddha because of her limitless compassion, service and faith in humanity. It is a matter of great honour and pride that she chose Calcutta and India as the place of her work and activities. She passed away on the 5th September, 1997 in Calcutta. In the death of this angle of mercy and compassion, mankind has become...
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MOTHER TERESA: Essay Writing Topics

English_Master March 3, 2015 No Comments
MOTHER TERESA Mother Teresa was born on 27th August, 1910, in Yugoslovia. Then she was called Agnes. Recently, on 27th August, 1995, her 85th birthday was observed by thousands of people in India and abroad. People, from all walks of life, prayed for her long life, health, happiness, and sent her hearty greetings. For her long and  outstanding, selfless and dedicated service to the poor, diseased, destitute, orphans, homeless and handicapped men, women and children, she has been heaped upon with many national and international awards, honours and coveted prizes. She received the Bharat Ratna  Award in 1980, and a year before it she was conferred upon the Nobel Peace Prize, the highest award of the world which is really worthy of a Rishi and saviour. She very politely said, “I am not worthy of it. I accept the award in the name of the poor, because I believe, by giving me the prize, they have recognized the presence of the poor in the world.” These honours are too many to count here. But she was far above these, they can’t touch her. She was the true manifestation of God and all his virtues like kindness, devotion, service, love, forgiveness etc. She has been a living angel all the...
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