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    Short Essay On Mother Teresa

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    Mother Teresa is one of the famous people on earth. She was famous because of what she has done and of how many people she has helped. Her real name is Ganxhe Agnes Bojaxhiu but most people call her Agnes. She was born in August 26 1910. She was born and lived in Skopje, is it a small part of Siberia which is now a part of Yugoslavia. She is the third child of the Bojaxhiu family. She has 2 siblings which are her sister Aga and her brother Lazar. Agnes’ father, Kole Bojaxhiu was a wealthy merchant and a clever businessman. Her father sold medicines, houses, and imported goods from Italy. Her father built the first theater in Skopje. He would always give and donate to churches and fed the poor. When Agnes was eight her…

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    Saint Teresa of Calcutta was born on August 26, 1910 in Skopje, Macedonia. As a young girl, she lived a pious yet stressful life. At the age of five, she received her First Communion and was in 1916 was confirmed. Unfortunately, she suffered her father's death at the age of eight, striking a financial crisis for the Bojaxhiu family. As she became older, she was associated with the Sacred Heart community as well as joined the Sisters of Loreto in Ireland. However, a remarkable journey to…

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    Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu

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    After the World War I Women in the Progressive Era achieved many important activities. Among them Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu also call Mother Teresa, born on August 27, 1910 in a devout Catholics family in Skopje, Yugoslavia and died on 5th September 1979. (Guntzelman, J, n.d.) Mother Teresa was a strong, beautiful, kind and an independent woman with remarkable heart when it comes to help others, specially orphan children. She was obedient, willing to listen to others ideas and follow her own state…

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    While walking around, Mother Teresa was overrun by children all calling out “Mother” and anxiously awaiting her kind touch. According to Desmond Doig, Mother Teresa and her Sisters symbolized the best of Christian charity and the best of Indian culture. Her Order, the Missionaries of Charity has 4000 sisters and inhabits over 126 nations. Because of this great work Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Sanness, the Committee Chairman explained that Mother Teresa won due to…

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    Mother Teresa Goals

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    their own way to help the people around them. They spend a lot of effort, money, time and for some even their life to make the world a better place for others. Some of them use their position to help people; others do not have anything except their strength and their time, so they decide to use what they have to help anyone in need of it.. Those people do not want to be a famous person, or gain money. If a regular person wonders why anyone would do this? They may not understand the goals behind…

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    Mother Teresa Corruption

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    Mother Teresa, the epitome of Catholic Charity and a beacon of hope to all of the suffering across the world. Since her teenage years, she was interested in charity work. When she was a teenager she went to Ireland to become part of a religious convent and start her journey as a nun [World Biography n.d.]. Her duteous suffering for Catholicism conveniently masks her greater disregard of the people that entrusted her with their lives. Mother Teresa garnered the blessing of the Church for her…

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    Maria Teresa and Ruggero Badano’s prayers had finally been answered after eleven years of waiting. On October 29, 1971, a healthy baby girl was born. She was dedicated to the Virgin Mary and named Chiara Luce Badano, which means “clear light” in English. As a young child, Chiara honored the works of mercy by visiting the sick, sheltering the homeless, comforting the afflicted, and praying for the living and the dead. Chiara was especially concerned for children and their suffering. She joined…

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    Assisi

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    Located approximately 90 miles north of Rome rests Assisi, situated high on the slopes of Mount Subasio. Here the well-preserved medieval town looks out upon the rolling hills of the Umbria region of central Italy. With winding medieval streets, Roman ruins, and sacred shrines, the destination is very popular. However, it is known primarily as the birthplace of St. Francis. Assisi is a well-known destination among Catholic pilgrims who visit the churches and relics of Saint Rufino, Saint…

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    own accounts of Brutalism, in 1966 Banham was to revisit Brutalism in his book Brutalism An Ethic or Aesthetic? This time, he extends the taxonomy beyond just the Smithson’s to include James Stirling, Louis Kahn Atelier 5 and others developing the key points originally discussed in the first essay. In an essay published in Fabrications 25 titled Brutalism, Metabolism and its American Parallel, academic Mirjana Lozanovska notes that the shift was not only due to “Brutalist construction that…

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    assumed I had been born in Turkey. I had, after all, just moved to Skopje at the age of nine, having spent majority of my childhood in Ankara. I remember how hard it was to explain to my peers why I had lived there. I doubt I even understood it myself. My dad was simply relocated to Turkey as he had gotten a job there and we all went with him for four years. It seemed as natural as moving to the other end of town to live closer to school. It certainly did not help my cause that, while in…

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