Through her students, Mother Teresa met many family’s and learned about their poor medical care. Many families of her students had very little of no income. Disease had attacked the head of their households and left them with very little. Thousands of people died each year due to the lack of medical care then and now. Poverty grew and Mother Teresa knew she had to do something more.
This story 's Author: Elizabeth George Speare had been happily born on November 21st, 1908, in Molrose, Massachusetts. Though she sadly died in November 15th, 1994 one of the books she wrote in her life was The Witch of the Blackbird pond. The main character of the story is Kathrine but she goes by Kit, she is young and very wonderes girl with a rich grandpa. Only to lose both her wealth and her grandpa because of the death of her grandpa. She sadly had to move because of her grandpa 's death.
There was a visitation in the church which then followed the actual burial. For my family this was the best way for closure for everyone and a time to gather with loved love ones. After this was all completed my family would try to move on with their lives. This was their way to mourn properly that would help the family have happy memories of my great grandmother. The impact my grandmothers death had on me was very harsh considering I was so young and that she was the first person to die that was very close to me.
Isabel is gullible. The first example shown is at the start of the story where slave sisters Isabel and Ruth are at the funeral of their former master, Miss Mary Finch. Miss Finch was good to the girls, she treated them well, was kind and caring, and most important of all taught them how to read and write, which slave were not allowed to learn how to do. Her will stated that when she died the girls would be free without an owner. In this scene they are asking the Pastor where they would be able to find a place to sleep.
On her deathbed, Granny Weatherall recalls events from her life, unforgettably, her being jilted on her wedding day. In this story, the theme of rejection and loss is extremely prominent. Granny Weatherall is a depiction of the author’s own personal experience of rejection and loneliness (Baym). She is betrayed early in life but responds to her sorrow by taking action. Rejected at her own wedding, Granny Weatherall defies society’s expectations and finds a new husband who she “wouldn’t have exchanged…for anybody” (Porter 7).
After moving around so much, she gets tired of it and writes a letter to her mother to come and take it with her. However, she realizes towards the end of the book how much she loves the family, when they get sick she helps them with everything they need and genuinely cares for them but it's too late. She made her own destiny and her grandma goes to visit her. Later she tells her to move in with her. At the beginning of the book, Gilly would have loved that but when she moved away she understood that it was not what she needed.
 Clara Barton, who was born on December 25, 1821, happily lived in a family of seven children. Intently listening to her father’s war stories, Clara had compassion for the wounded soldiers and desired to help as much as she could.  When she was older, she decided to persuade the stern army to allow her become their nurse.  She was very successful.  Forming the Red cross, Clara began to collect the needs of the soldiers like a scavenger seeking out nuts in the leaves.
Princess Diana’s death was mourned around the world. Memorials were held in her honour. People would pay tribute to the late Princess outside of Kingston Palace even after she was buried. Princess Diana was a compassionate woman who dedicated her life to her two sons, the sick and less fortunate. The Princess was then known as The People’s Princess.
The sad result of her stroke was after she came back from the hospital the tailor’s wife sees Mr. Short helping Mrs. Tall to walk- because the stroke left her paralyzed in her left leg. This for a matter of fact is the only thing in the story that makes the tailors wife have sympathy on the anomalous couple she and all the people that follower her has faith in that it shows their devotion toward one another as well as the scene of seeing Mr. Short live in loneliness and not remarrying-sound familiar- When she was in the
Charlotte Bronte, who wrote Jane Eyre, was a great British female novelist in the Victorian age. She was born in a desolate village where people were rough, cold and cruel. Her mother passed away when she was a little girl and her father was a stern man who had very little communication with her like a stranger (“Charlotte Bronte” 158). When Bronte was eight years old, she had her first experience away from home at the Clergy Daughters' School for poor clergymen's daughters with her two sisters. After that she had been a governess in a wealthy family.