Mother Teresa, in My Own Words - Chapter 5, Love, Chapter 6, Home and Family Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, Love, Chapter 6, Home and Family Summary and Analysis

The most authentic revolution is the revolution of love. It is significant that Jesus fed the poor before he preached to them. True love causes pain; Jesus showed this by dying on the cross. To love, one must sacrifice.

The poor need our love, not pity. Jesus is the Life she wants to live, the Way to the Father. When faith is scarce, it can be increased by generosity and giving. Love and faith go together. Countries should not concentrate so much on defending their borders; those in poverty feel trapped. These countries should worry more about giving people food.

When we help the poor, we must not be like social workers but like contemplatives. We should not pay attention to numbers, only Jesus. The poor need love, not pity; they...

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