Jacobson’s (2014) colleague asked Sister Prema if Mother Teresa had any big, bold goals, like eliminating poverty." She replied that Mother Teresa was focused on helping one person at a time. This may show that Mother Teresa was aware of her limitation so decided to focus all of her effort on helping people one at a time. • Persuasion to influence others - Mother Teresa has travelled repeatedly to spread her word and her work to other poor communities throughout the world and persuaded people to join and help her in her cause to help “The poorest of the poor” Mother Teresa built a community by attracting Nuns to help in her mission to aid the poorest of the
Mother Teresa changed the way everyone treated the poor and sick people by helping them, getting them an education and building facilities for the poor and sick. There are a lot of people that have done many accomplishments, but Mother Teresa believed in helping the less inforchanet and letting them have a good healthy life and a good education. Mother Teresa was inspired by Loreto Sisters and their accomplishments with teaching at the school for girls and Mother Teresa was committed to teaching girls from the city 's poorest Bengali families.In the 21st century, Mother Teresa will impact society by helping the poor and sick and letting them have a wonderful education, places to stay healthy and well. Also allowing them have a wonderful life.
Vincent wanted this group to be still religious while not needing a whole convent and all. This group of women, created with the help of Saint Louise de Marillac, believed in putting the poor first along with many others. They were trained to care for many different people as well as being trained in the spirit. Saint Vincent also had the wealthy women, who lived in Paris, collect money for his numerous projects to aid the poor. He created hospitals, churches, and many other places to help the poor thrive and find God.
(biography.com) She knew she had to do what God had called her to do. Mother Teresa soon answered the call from Christ. It became her mission to help the ‘unwanted, unloved, and uncared for’ to serve Him (thefamouspeople.com) She reached out to the poor and needy every day to fulfill His desire to show love and compassion to everyone. (thefamouspeople.com) On December 21, 1948, she had her first outing to help the people in the slums. (thefamouspeople.com) She started out alone, but she was soon joined by volunteers who wanted to help.
After she became a nun she was known as Mother Theresa. Mother Theresa felt a religious calling when she was only 12 years old (biography.com) But it was not until she was eighteen she actually joined a “community of Irish nuns, the sisters of Loretto, who had a mission in Calcutta, India.” (Encyclopedia of world Biography) Mother Theresa had many heroe qualities that distinguished her and made her one of a kind. It was her kind heart and compassion that led her to serve her purpose of helping others, specially the poor. As stated in the journal, “Mother Theresa: a call for communicative liberating action,” “mother Theresa’s mother fed an elderly woman who could not feed herself, and often repeated to her children to, “welcome her warmly, with love...my child, never eat a single mouthful unless you are sharing it with others. Mother Theresa was taught to engage the poor, even when stricken with poverty herself- she was taught to meet existence on its own term- to respect alterity and to treat all others human the same.” Mother Theresa developed such caring characteristics due to the fact that her mother instilled her principles and compassion toward other human beings since she was a little
I saw that the family values their unity as they do their activities together. Also, for Mukarukundo, she does the activity to let her grandchildren know how they lived and how they were happy. In addition, she does the activity to recognize that God “Imana” gave them the production for them to take care to their young grandchildren because their parents died earlier. Seeing the way the family members were focused on each session of the activity, one can say that they are thinking as real Rwandans and they collaborate to have a final product. For Mukarukundo, she sees herself a responsible person to educate her grandchildren about Rwandan tradition, and as a person to bring happiness in the hearts of her grandchildren who lost their parents at earlier.
On Christmas night of 1886 Therese was said to have had a powerful experience of the love of God and resolved to make a new more positive beginning, (she would refer to this as her first conversion). She felt strongly called by God to join her sisters in the Carmel monastery, even going as far as asking the Pope for permission on one of their family pilgrimage to Rome, this was due to her young age. The Bishop of Lisieux finally granted her wish and allowed her to enter the community at the age of 15. She took the religious name of Sister Therese of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face
She had two sons, named Sean and Luca, and loved spending time with them. Because of her love for children, she wanted to help them and give every child the best life they could have. She worked with the United Nations to help alleviate the misery of the poor (“Audrey Hepburn” Encyclopedia). The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, also known as UNICEF, helps defend the rights of children and end child poverty. UNICEF was the same organization that helped Audrey and her family during WWII.
The Love We Hide It is Carl Rogers, a psychologist, who came up with the theory that all people were born good, but they were spoiled by the bad people of the world. We all are born with simple traits like love and compassion, but it’s our bring-up that determines who we will become. In The Help, we see two maids and one white woman convey their love and compassion, not just to better their own lives but to improve the lives of others like their bosses and the children they take care of. Notably, one of our first maids Aibileen demonstrates her loving care and compassion she holds for others and not just those of her own skin color. It’s amazing how Aibileen is able to show love and attention to the babies she takes care of, but yet their own parents won’t even look her in the eye.
This is an Apostolic Exhortation by Pope John Paul II promulgated following the 1980 Synod of Bishops. It was issued on November 22, 1981. It outlines major themes in understanding family dynamic. In this encyclical, the Pope wants to guide the Christian family in the contemporary world to live the human values that foster marriage and family life according to Christian faith. Knowing that marriage and the family constitute one of the most precious of human values, the Church wishes to speak and offer her help to those who are already aware of the value of marriage and the family and seek it to live it faithfully.