Be as Kind as Mother Teresa
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My name is Srinita Premkumar and I am studying in Holman Middle School in Henrico County. The purpose of the website is that we are doing a project in Ms. Harris's class. I picked to write about Mother Teresa as she is kind, helpful, and merciful, and I also picked her because I know who she is but I don't know the details about her so I wanted to learn about her.
Description Paragraph: Her early life
Mother Teresa was born about on August 26, 1910, Skopje, which is the present-day capital of Macedonia but on August 27, 1910 quotes as her birthday. She is one of the most highly honored person in the world. She was known world wide for her charitable work to help the sufferers of poverty.
Her father died when she was at the age of 8. As a result of her father's death she became extremely close to her mother. She taught geography and catechism in St. Mary's High School, India. She wears blue and white sari in the public for the rest of her life, which was in India.
Cause/Effect Paragraph: Her first home for people who will die in a few days
In 1952, Mother Teresa opened her first home for the for the people who are going to dye, which let them to die with grace. She spent time enjoying with them. Some people didn't care about their medical condition and refused to take painkillers. The other people say that this is the opportunity to die knowing someone cared.
Over the time, in the name of her, homes started to grow all over the world, there were 700 homes started in 130 countries by 2013. Over the years of 1950 to 1960, she started a leper colony, an orphanage, a nursing home, a family clinic, and a string for mobile health clinics.
Chronological Order: Important things in her life.
Mother Teresa's father was an industrialist who worked as a construction contractor and trade of medicines and other goods. In 1919 Mother Teresa meet her father's death. As the cause of the death remains unknown, they suspect that his political enemies poisoned him. During the age of when she was teaching in the school, she became the school principal in 1944.
Later in 1968, she was requested to Rome and in 1979, she received a Nobel Prize for her charitable work.Before she got the Nobel prize in 1979, she went to New York city in 1971, in the purpose to open her American-based house of charity. After many years in 1997, September 5, she died with many worse health problems like heart and kidney problems.
House of the missionaries of charity
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