Mother Teresa was born in Agnes Gonxhas in Skopje Mecedonia, on the 27th of August 1910. She was youngest of five children born to Nikola and Dronda Bojaxhiu, yet only three survived. She lived in a fairly well off family. She grew up with a strong faith and spent a lot of time in the church, but didn't think of being a nun until she was 18. When she then joined the Loreto sisters of Dublin. Here she received her name mother Teresa after St Teresa of Lisieuse. After completing her work in Dublin she worked in Calcutta in India. She taught geography and History with great enjoyment and dedication for 15 years.
She then taught at Saint Marys School for girls. The people in the area were amongst the poorest, she worked on the streets. She also set up her own missionary know as “The missionary of charity” where her and other took care of and loved those that nobody else would. She strove to teach the children there of literate and basic hygiene. She helped the poor, the ill and the ills families. The missionary also aimed to help the homeless from dying, refuge for the care and teaching of abandoned children, establishment of treatment centers and hospitals for those sufferin
Her trip to India allowed her to see the other side of this. This is also what Mother Teresa did as part of her work in India. She has been commended by her hard work and people should look up to her and appreciate the good things she did for people. These include the Pope John XXIII Peace Prize (1971) and the Nehru Prize for her promotion of international peace and understanding (1972). She never asked for any more than she had, she was happy with just some clothes on her back and a pair of sandals. People should strive to be less self centered like Mother Teresa and aim to be considerate of others and their needs. Her hard work was been recognised and acclaimed throughout the world and she has received a number of awards and distinctions. Striving to see the good in others just as Jesus did also helped her with her journeys and her work, learning to forgive people and offering them help also helped shape her beliefs and values. She witnessed people in society who struggled for the nesescities to survive, like the homeless and the ill and children that could not afford an education. She continued this work until her death in 1997. As Jesus also spent much of his life helping the sick, poor, the homeless and also taught children. g of leprosy, centers and refuges for alcoholics, the aged and street people and the list continues. She created special bond with those she helped and taught, these special relationships allowed the people to have trust in her and her work and be more comfortable around her. Mother Teresa was a women commended for her unselfishness, courage, charity, her capacity of hard work and a natural talent for organisation.