Mother Teresa, in My Own Words - Chapter 7, Virtues, Chapter 8 Mary Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Virtues, Chapter 8 Mary Summary and Analysis

Teresa thinks that we really lack the standing to accuse others. We often do not know why they act and Jesus encourages us to resist this. We must remember that criminals are our brothers and sisters. Humility is true and pride destroys everything. If we have more love, there would be fewer addicts. Joy is the net that catches souls. Teresa prefers to make mistakes because she is too kind rather than to perform miracles without being kind. All must work for peace; orchestrating politics is not her business.

Teresa is a strong believer in Marian piety, or closeness with Mary. The chapter opens with one of her Marian prayers. The Vatican opened a home for the sick and dying in Rome called the Gift of Mary. Teresa then reproduces Mary's short song to God...

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