Mother Teresa once said, "serve the poorest of the poor and to live among them and like them” (T. learning to give.org). Would it be possible to live among the poor and like them? Mother Teresa was a nun that helped the poor. Mother Teresa was and is still known as a woman that had a kind heart, and even as a teenager she would always be found helping poor children, visiting countries where there were people in need, helping those that needed money and even after her death her charities are still helping the poor.
Just at the age of 12 she felt it was time for her to serve the children of God. She was facing a difficult decision to whether she would become a nun or not. That would mean she would give up having a family. At the age
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Lastly, in 1970 it was recognizable of what mother Teresa and her groups were trying to accomplish. In the 1970’s her group expanded further into more developed countries like America, England, and later in China. China was a big step due to the size and population of the people. All of this obviously didn’t get recognized, she went on to collect the noble peace prize in 1979. After collecting the noble peace prize Mother Teresa described it saying that “if you become a burning light in the world of peace , then really the noble prize is a gift of the Norwegian people” (T.brainyquote.com)of helping the poor children. All in all, her hardworking did not go unrecognized. Some people thought that when she won the award she might stop helping the poor children. Actually, Mother Teresa didn’t find winning an award the most important thing, but rather to serve Jesus’ children.
Mother Teresa is known for her kindness since she was a teenager and until after she died as she helped poor children at a very young age, visited countries that were in need, helped people that needed money, and when she died, her charities continued to help the poor. Mother Teresa started off at a very young age to help the poor children. Mother Teresa did everything that she could have done to the poor by helping them out in every possible way just to make a child happy; she once said “We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do” (T.