Mother Teresa is one among the great religious and humanitarian leaders of the world. She did not hesitate to serve even a faithless because of her own firm faith in humanity, God and his creation. Because of her wonderful feeling towards the wretched humanity she lives in the heart of the people. Finally, on the 10th September, 1937, during a train journey to Darjeeling, she heard the voice of God telling her to leave the convent and to go out and serve his abandoned children. The effect of the Catholic religion on mother Teresa was a positive influence, an influence whichever inspired others to follow her. This most revered daughter and mother of India spent her long life in helping the wretched on the gutters. Inspired by her loving care for the pool, the Imperial Chemical Company donated one of its factories to her, and she utilises its income for her mission of charity the living spirit of love and compassion is felt by all those why are fortunate to work with her.
Soon after she went to Calcutta to begin her teaching career. No doubt the person would be Teresa. Mother Teresa was born in Uskub, Ottoman Empire on August 26, 1910. Mother Teresa and her lepers brought them back to die with dignity. She only spent a few weeks there as she had been only given only a year to prove herself. After she died, the Pope started the God. Sister Teresa's Order demanded her not to go outside and get involved.
In the beginning of 1929 they reached Colombo, then Madres and finally Calcutta. Agnes's family were Albanian Catholic and they belong to the Albanian community. Quite early in life she vowed to serve the humanity till the last breath of life. Later, she became the Principal of this school. She started helping her mother in charity works in the church.
In 1928, she joined the St. Mother Teresa adopted Indian citizenship, spent a few months in Patna to receive a basic medical training in theHoly Family Hospital and then ventured out into the slums. Mary's High School in Calcutta. Drana Bojaxhiu, Agnes's mother, was a critical part of Agnes's journey. Within weeks she was joined by her would be novices, mostly girls from the school where she was head mistress.
They pursue their selfless task in feeding hungry mouths, tending to the terminally sick, teaching slum children and run homes for the mentally destitute, leprosy afflicted and downtrodden members of the society. It is an irreparable loss to the people of the world. She is also the proud recipient of Bharata Ratna, the highest civilian award in India. In her teens, Agnes became a member of a youth group in her local parish called Sodality. Consequently, she became the most loved and respected woman of the world. There are different types and styles of leaderships and many ways to apply those techniques that help us become great leaders. At the time of her death, her organization was operating in 123 countries.
He father was a owner of a major construction company so Mother Teresa grew up in a very comfortable environment. She decided to become a nun when she was 12. She initially went to Ireland, to learn English. Mother Teresa has been given several awards for her work. Mother Teresa was born on 27th August,1910 in Yugosla-via.
She was named the headmistress of a secondary school for the middle class Bengali girls in the centre of Calcutta. She became famous the world over for starting the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India. This was an important moment for Agnes as she chose a life of self-sacrifice. She ejindo the Sisters of Loreto 8. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her humanitarian work. In this way she had started her religious life to help poor people. Sister Francis Xavier was made the in-charge of the colony and she had really done a miracle by transforming a piece of barren land bloom into a vibrant living place in just five years.
She founded Nirmol Hridoy, Sishu Bhava, Mahatma Gandhi Leprosy Ashram and many other organizations. Wherever she goes, she brings good cheer, hope, health, love and compassion in the otherwise this selfish and gloomy world. Through her involvement with their activities guided by a Jesuit priest, Agnes became interested in missionaries. Agnes often helped her mother deliver parcels of food and money to the poor and prayed with the whole family every evening. She only discloses that she has one sister and brother during interviews and that they were happy Spink, 2012.