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Mother Teresa

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Melika Malek

on 7 January 2014

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Mother Teresa
Who is Mother Teresa?
Who Was Mother Teresa??
Mother Teresa was a kind woman which loved to help the poor people. She always treated everyone the same and prayed for the ones that were sick and saved their life's. she always trusted God and she knew that God will be with her and will help her through everything. she always stood up for the right thing no matter how hard was the consequence because she always believed in God and knew that God will never leave her alone and will always be with her; because of her kindness and her strong relationship with god, people wanted to follow her.
Why Dose the Church views Mother Teresa as a Saint
The Beatitudes That Relate To Mother Teresa
In my opinion all of the beatitudes relate to Mother Teresa but the main beatitudes that relate to Mother Teresa are:
Poor in spirit She always believed in god and trusted God; she knew that god is with her and will have her back; and she knew that god will help her through everything.
The Gentle/ the meek She always respected that how people think and she always had respect toward others sensitivity. she always cared about the poor and she did many things for them so that they could leave the life that they want.
Peacemakers She always stood up for the right thing no matter how hard was the consequences. she always wanted to make a world full of peace and equality that every one leaves the way they want.
By: Melika Malekzadeh
Why These Beatitudes Important For Us??
these beatitudes are important for us because they show us how to help others so that they could live the way they want.
poor in spirit this beatitude shows us how to trust God and when you trust God what things he will do for you. By the life of mother Teresa this beatitude is important because it shows us that god is always with you and will help u through everything.
The gentle/ the meek this beatitude is important because it shows us never take advantage of someone, never tell someone to work more that they could and respect their sensitivity. By the life of mother Teresa this beatitude is important because she never wanted people work more that they could and she always respected their sensitively and helped them through things that they couldn't do. This is important for us because this tell us to follow her and care for others sensitivity too.
peacemakers this beatitude is important because it tells us how to help others and make a world full of peace which there is no fighting, no slavery, no poor people and everyone is living the way they like. By the life of mother Teresa this beatitude is important because she always wanted to make a world full of peace and by following her we can make this happen.
As we all know the catholic church says that the person requires to perform 3 miracles to become a saint; one of mother Teresa's miracles was that she prayed for a woman that had a tumor and saved her life. When the church saw all her kindness and saw that she is poor in heart and spirit and she has done a miracle; they viewed her as a saint so that people can follow her lead and make peace in the world.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mother_Teresa
http://www.biography.com/people/mother-teresa-9504160
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/1979/teresa-bio.html
http://www.americancatholic.org/features/teresa/sainthood.asp

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