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Night of the Notables 2015
Transcript of Night of the Notables 2015
Mother Teresa Information
Mother Teresa traveled through many war zones and saw nothing but helpless children lying and dying in the gutter. Whilst she traveled through these war zones she had to take action and do something about it and so she did. She started the Missionaries of Charity where helpless people could come and be cared for. Some of these people couldn't even speak English, eat, walk or even see. Mother Teresa was like a mother to some of the children that didn't have a mother. During the Siege of Beige Rut Mother Teresa traveled through a war zone to evacuate more than 37 children. Mother Teresa doesn't judge people on how they look, speak or act but on how much they give to the world. In 1979 Mother Teresa was awarded the Noble Peace Prize and kindly donated the 192 000 dollar prize fund to the poor in India. Mother Teresa with the simple blue and white sari is like no other caring for the dying on the street but in 1997 Mother Teresa sadly died from heart, lung and kidney problems.
Mother Teresa's first career was with the Sisters of Loreto. Whilst Mother Teresa was there she took her vows and took the name Mary Teresa. Mother Teresa's second career was teaching at St Mary's High School in India. The School was run by the Sisters of Loreto. Whilst Mother Teresa was there she was a teacher and the principal of the school. Mother Teresa's third career was at her own charity called the Missionaries of Charity. This was where she helped children in danger and those who are poor, sick or dying.
Mother Teresa Quotes
Night of the Notables has changed me as a learner and as a person in so many ways. Do wait for leaders, do it alone, person to person. Quoted by Mother Teresa. This is a quote that I can live by everyday. As I am a leader and I have to be the change that everyone wants to see. Night of the Notables has changed me as learner because I have learnt that it is ok to fail and make mistakes. Every time you make a mistake I can become stronger and more confident. I now that because I have reached where I am today that I can do anything that I believe in.One challenge that I have faced during this program is that I know that we all have to fail once in our life but at the start I wanted everything to be perfect. I now realise that failing is ok and it actually builds you stronger. Some of the most helpful advice that I received during this program was that if you belive you can do something follow it and it will come true. On the night in my learning center I had lots of things that I had created in the last 11 weeks. One of my favourite things was my diorama because I had to use my creative thinking. I had to use many materials to complete my diorama. I created Mother Teresa's orphanage and hospital. I will definitely take something from this program and it has really prepared me for High school next year.
Mother Teresa's Calling from God
At the age of 12 Mother Teresa had her first calling from God to have a religious life and then joined the Sisters of Loreto at age 18. Mother Teresa then at the age of 36 Mother Teresa had a second calling from God to devote her life to helping the poor, sick and dying. This is why Mother Teresa started the Missionaries of Charity.
Mother Teresa Family
Mother Teresa was the youngest child of three. Mother Teresa had a sister called Aga Bojaxhiu, a brother called Lazar Bojaxhiu, a mother called Dranafile Bojaxhiu and a father called Nikolle Bojaxhiu. Lazar was born in 1908, Aga was born in 1905 and Mother Teresa was born in 1910. Mother Teresa's Father was a politician and an Albanian rights activist.
Mother Teresa is an inspiration
By Mia Keating
Night of the Notables 2015
- I you judge people you have no time to love them
- Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless.
- The most terrible poverty is loneliness and the felling of being unloved.
- Peace begins with a smile
- I alone cannot change the world but I can cast a stone to create many ripples.
- If you cannot feed one hundred people, than feed just one.
- Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.
- Do not wait for leaders, do it alone, person to person.
Mother Teresa's inspiration is ....
Activities that I have done:
Portrait of greatness
Book of her life
Open Ended Questions