Mother Teresa

Tired of doing good

Do not give up

The grass is tall and you need to mow it. Somehow part of you don’t want to do it. It’s summer and it’s hot. You will be sweaty and smelly. Oh well, you cut the grass anyway. At the end, you look at your lawn and the house. Wow, it’s beautiful – what an exhilarating feeling?

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The other side of Mother Teresa: Chief Executive Officer

Relic of Mother Teresa

I heard in the news that Pope Francis recognized the 2nd miracle of Mother Teresa and a Holy See spokesman said that Mother Teresa should be proclaimed a saint in September 2016.  Rightfully so because in our lifetime, we experienced and saw a small woman who started Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious order to help the poorest of the poor.  The organization with 13 nuns in 1950 grew to over 4,000 full time staff and was active in 134 countries. Since Mother Teresa death in 1997 the organization kept growing and continue to serve hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; dispensaries and mobile clinics; children's and family counseling programs; orphanages; and schools.

I asked myself, “There must be another side of Mother Teresa that we should learn other than being a saint. What is it?”

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