We have not come into this world just to be a number. Then we were talking about that they had been to the home for the dying. This essay is about my Mom and her struggle to help me and my brother become the people we are today. Although a sincere Christian, the lessons of Shri. And I went there, and I saw in that home they had everything, beautiful things, but everybody was looking towards the door.
But this little one — so small, so innocent, so helpless — God used that little one to proclaim the greatness of His Son, the presence of His Son. She served all human beings by promoting their dignity and respect, and made those who had been defeated by life feel the tenderness of God. She started helping her mother in charity works in the church. A mothers love is something special. Marriage is something very important, a big part of their lives. To be able to do this, our Sisters, our lives have to be woven with prayer. At the age of 38 Sister Teresa took vows of purity and obedience to God.
And we will be able through this understanding love to bring peace, be the good news to the poor. You can watch the video below; the more-or-less complete text of the speech while delivering it Mother added some anecdotes and asides. It wasn't an easy task to build such an organization and to keep the focus on the poorest people. And this is something that today we are brought together to proclaim: the joy of being loved and the joy of loving. And through this love for each other, you will grow in holiness.
And if mother could forget her child, I will not forget you. So, I gave her a piece of bread. You have never experienced that. Then one day while returning from a visit, she saw the slums of Kolkata. She had very little support and, while trying to feed and help the poorest of the poor, she herself was constantly hungry and even had to beg for food. And that is why we believe what Jesus had said: I was hungry I was naked I was homeless I was unwanted, unloved, uncared for and you did it to me.
She received some basic medical training and then set out to help the sick and needy. And we read that in the Gospel very clearly love as I have loved you as I love you as the Father has loved me, I love you and the harder the Father loved him, he gave him to us, and how much we love one another, we, too, must give each other until it hurts. When this is fully welcomed into the heart and spirit, it illuminates and guides the lives of men and women in their daily actions. Both are created to love, but each in a different way. She will always be the person who inspired me the most. The song I have chosen to speak about is War by Edwin Starr.
So clear those people in the street, those beggars and I think that if our people can do like that how much more you and all the others who can know the ways and means without destroying the life that God has created in us. I was the only son of Ervin and Jesusa Calapan, I was raised in a simple life, my father was a jeepney driver before and my mother is a plain housewife. And this I appeal in India, I appeal everywhere: Let us bring the child back, and this year being the child's year: What have we done for the child? In this way she had started her religious life to help poor people. Simply shaking hands and talking with that person made such an impact on us that we were changed. Hard and continuous work tired her lot however she never gave up. You have taught me to see and to look. Everything that I am today is a result of the influence and the life lessons that she has taught me.
The selflessness and sacrifice with which she lived her own life made her an international symbol of charitable work, and the love and compassion she showed the destitute of all faiths won her a Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, which she donated entirely to the poor. I will give a home, or find loving parents for him or for her. I am no expert on superstitions when it comes down to why people do such crazy things. About Love In the world we live in, there are people who oppose love and everything that comes with it. We have been created in his image.
She started off as a nun and spread the message of love through her selfless service to mankind. We hear so many terrible things happening. She was given the honour of honorary citizenship of several big and famous cities. She became the Indian citizen in 1962. A few days before I came, I left Calcutta, a young man and a woman came to our house, and just two days before that they had got married. In this regard she took the permission of her seniors to leave the school and work full time in serving the poor who dwelled in the slums of Calcutta.