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We all have our own heroes people we admire and respect people who made an impact on our life that made us look at the world with a different eye Mother Teresa is definitely the one for me Although the world is full of good people great humanitarians that really care people who donate billions of dollars people who raise their voice to make a difference Mother Teresa stands out in the crowd she is unique It is not how much we do but how much love we put in the doing It is not how much we give but how much love we put in the giving She dedicated every day of her adult life caring for The dying the crippled the mentally ill the unwanted the unloved and she loved every minute of it because she was loving she was cleaning feeding Jesus in disguise Yes she fed them sheltered them cleaned their wounds but what is more important is that she made them feel good loved and wanted She gave them back their dignity that poverty had taken away from them and even if they died they died with a smile on their face knowing that somebody loves them and somebody cares for them Speak tenderly to them Let there be kindness in your face in your eyes in your smile in the warmth of your greeting Always have a cheerful smile Dont only give your care but give your heart as well Agreeing or disagreeing with her on abortion population control divorce or how she raised the money should not shadow Mother Teresas life-long contribution and dedication to the poor and humanity To criticize someone Its really easy I suggest stop criticizing her and do it better than she did II Body A Mother Teresas Life Mother Teresa was born August 27 1910 in Skopje Macedonia as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu from Albanian parents Nikolle and Drandafille Bojaxhiu
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