Mother Teresa, in My Own Words - Chapter 9, Life and Death, Chapter 10, Smiles Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Life and Death, Chapter 10, Smiles Summary and Analysis

Teresa wants humanity to decide that no one will ever feel abandoned. If someone does, they should let the Missionaries of Charity know. Life is God's gift and is present in the unborn. Human hands should never end lives, and war cannot be just. The first person to welcome Jesus into the world was a man in the womb: John the Baptist.

We should not be discouraged by failure and we should give God credit when we succeed. We must not kill children but always care for them. Next, in an anecdote, Teresa reports that the sisters went to pick up abandoned people in the street in serious conditions. They picked up a woman and on the way to the Home for the Dying; she thanked Teresa and died. She gave...

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