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ID number:932972
Published: 24.07.2006.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Mother Teresa (her real name is Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, 1910-1977) once had a dream that before people are dying, they want to know if they were loved. She gived all her life to complete this dream.
How it began?
In the year 1952 she in the city of India named Calcutta found forsaken and dying woman who were under attack by rats and ants. She helped her to stand up and taked her to the hospital, but there were no free place. After that Teresa asked for authority of the city. Minister of healthcare taked her to what kind of building side to hinduists temple of godness of death named Kali. This house was meant to be a hostel for travellers who visits the temple but this house wasn’t in use. In the period of one day Teresa arranged things to make here a house for poor, sick and dying ones. By the years passing by, she expanded her work by giving a shelter for orphans, by giving food to starved people, by giving clothes to naked ones, by giving care for thousands of lepers. In the year 1979 Mother Teresa from Calcutta recieved the Nobel Peace Prize. She was walking with bare feet and sleeping on the floor in open bedroom together with others. Just like any of sisters of mersy mission, she had only two white cotton sari (specific clothing in India) and also she was washing her lingerie and dishes.…

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