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Essay on mother Teresa

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Essay on mother Teresa life




Mother Teresa is one of such great people who live only for others. Mother Teresa was such a great soul. He devoted his entire life to the service and well being of the people. There is a need for such great people in the world, who consider the service of humanity to be the greatest religion.





Despite Mother Teresa being an Indian, she has given a lot to our country. Today, even when they are not among us, their work is known as an example in the whole world.





Mother Teresa was a living example of humanity. As soon as the name is taken, the feelings of the mother start growing in the mind. She worked for the service of humanity. Mother Teresa served the world.





Birth: Mother Teresa was born on August 26, 1910 in the city of Skopje, the capital of Macedonia. His mother's name was Dranafile Bojaxhiu and father's name was Nikollë Bojaxhiu. Mother Teresa was born into an Albanian family. Mother Teresa's father was a man of religious views. Mother Teresa's name was Agnes Gonzha Boyajiju.





Gonzah in Albanian means flower bud. Mother Teresa was a bud who filled the fragrance of love in the lives of the oppressed. Mother Teresa had five siblings all older than her. Her father died when she was 9 years old.





Essay on mother Teresa





When she was just 9 years old, her father Nikola Boyaju died. Then his mother took responsibility for his education. She loved to read, pray and attend church as a child, so in 1928 she joined the Sisters of Loreto, an institution in Ireland, where she was named 'Teresa' after a famous sixteenth century saint. And later, when the world started calling her 'Mother' due to Mamatamayi's behavior towards people, she became famous as 'Mother Teresa'.





After receiving teaching training, she started teaching at the Loreto Attlee School in Calcutta, and on the strength of her dedication and ability, she got the position of Principal. Initially her residence in Calcutta was in Crick Lane, but later she started living in a residence on Circular Road. That house is known worldwide today as 'Mother House'.





After the beginning of religious life, she went on many foreign trips related to it. In the same sequence, she reached Madras (India) in early 1929. She was then sent to Calcutta to study to become a teacher.





After receiving teaching training, she started teaching at the Loreto Attlee School in Calcutta, and on the strength of her dedication and ability, she got the position of Principal. Initially her residence in Calcutta was in Crick Lane, but later she started living in a residence on Circular Road. That house is known worldwide today as 'Mother House'.





Work for service:





Initially, Mother Teresa used to roam across the city in search of the dying poor, when she had only one and a half rupees. At first she used to live in Cricklane but later she started living on Circular Road. At this time, this building is famous all over the world by the name of Mother House.





Mother Teresa ji had started an organization in which she, with the support of her sisters and brothers, did free for the benefit of the poor. This organization has become a world wide organization today. On 10 September 1946, after hearing the voice of his soul, he decided to leave his post of head teacher and do service work for very poor people.





Mother Teresa took nursing training inside Patna and started a mission of compassion and love by wandering in the streets of Calcutta. Mother Teresa used to support the weak and dying people. Teresa ji asked the Calcutta Corporation for a piece of land and set up a hospice on it. After this small beginning, he had built 98 scooters, 425 mobile dispensaries, 102 leprosy dispensaries, 48 orphanages and 62 houses in which poor people could live.





Mother Teresa Death:





He had a heart attack for the first time in 1983 at the age of 73. At that time Mother Teresa went to Rome to meet Pop John Paul II. This was followed by another heart attack in 1989.





His health also deteriorated with increasing age. On 13 March 1997, he stepped down as the head of the Missionaries of Charity and died on 5 September 1997.





By the time of his death, the Missionaries of Charity had 4,000 sisters and 300 other affiliates, who were involved in social service in 123 countries of the world.





Seeing the intimacy with which he served the afflicted, Pope John Pal II declared Mother Teresa 'blessed' in Rome on 19 October 2003. Mother Teresa is not among us today, but her missionary is still engaged in social work.


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