Mother Teresa: In My Own Words

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Liquori Publications, Sep 1, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 109 pages
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The collection of quotes, stories, and prayers in this book are all her own words and experiences. They were compiled from various sources. Her undying faith and concern of the human spirit is reflected in these passages. In her years of work, Mother Teresa has brought God to millions in places of darkness. Let her share her hope, faith, and love with you.

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As one would expect, this work is full of love and wise advice. I was pleasantly surprised to read Mother Teresa expressing some post-capitalist sentiments. In one excerpt of her words, she expresses how she and her sisters will not receive compensation for their work because such creates improper motives. That was so refreshing! Too bad, the rest of the world does not see it the same way. I strive for post-capitalism and was pleasantly surprised to see Mother Teresa affirm it. 

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After watching Mother teresa of Calcutta. I went through this book. Of late, Mother Teresa's name has been mired in controversy in India (and UK in 90's). Some accuse that she was a fanatic missionary ... Read full review

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Spanish journalist and author of books on Pope John Paul II, Pope John XXIII, and Dom Helder Camara.

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