Why the World Is Upside Down
Jesus taught us how to forgive out of love, how to forget out of humility.
So let us examine our hearts and see if there is any unforgiven hurt - any unforgotten bitterness!
It is easy to love those who are far away. It isn't always easy to love those who are right next to us. It is easier to offer food to the hungry than to answer the lonely suffering of someone who lacks love right in one’s own family.
The world today is upside down because there is so very little love in the home, and in family life.
We have no time for each other.
Everybody is in such a terrible rush, and so anxious…and in the home begins the disruption of the peace of the world. -- Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Mother Teresa was worldwide renowned for her advocacy on behalf of the poor, helpless and especially the unborn.
A world hero, from Indian, she served the poor and said "she was serving her God".
She embraced those of other faiths, and called for Christians, Hindus and Muslims to live together in love.
Most of her life was spent caring and praying for the poor, the old and the sick of the world.
Born in Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia on August 27, 1910.
Mother Teresa was awarded the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize.
Mother Teresa expired on 5th September, Friday 1997 in Calcutta, incidently, this was also the day of Lady Diana's funeral in England.
In the midst of her physical weakness, she showed her spiritual strength and blessed them by gently raising her hand. Speaking of the helpless and especially the unborn...
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