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Activity Discussion Essay Write an essay on Mother Teresa.

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  • Mahima

    June 17, 2021 at 6:17 pm
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    She is a distinguished lady who has dedicated her life to assisting the poor and needy. Even though she was not Indian, she came to serve the people of India. Mother Teresa was not his given name; nevertheless, after becoming a nun, she was given this name by the church in honor of St. Teresa. She was a Christian and a strong believer in God from birth. As a result of this, she decides to become a nun.

    She was a strong faith in God and mankind because she was born into a Catholic Christian household. Despite spending most of her life at the church, she never imagines herself as a nun one day. After completing her employment in Dublin, she traveled to Kolkata (Calcutta), India, where her life was forever transformed. She liked educating youngsters for 15 years in a row.

    In addition to educating school students, she worked hard to educate the underprivileged children in the region. She began her humanitarian adventure by creating an open-air school where she began teaching impoverished youngsters. She has been teaching pupils for many years even though she has been working alone for many years and does not have any finances.

    She is looking for a permanent position to continue her wonderful job of teaching the underprivileged and assisting those in need. This location will function as her headquarters as well as a refuge for the impoverished and homeless.

    She built a missionary where the poor and homeless might live and die in peace with the aid of the church and the community. Later on, through her NGO, she can build numerous schools, houses, clinics, and hospitals both in India and in other nations.

    She was a ray of hope for the people, but death has no mercy. And this jewel died while serving the people of Kolkata (Calcutta). In addition, when she died, the entire nation shed tears in her honor.

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