Mother Teresa, in My Own Words - Chapter 11, Money, Chapter 12, Suffering Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Money, Chapter 12, Suffering Summary and Analysis

Mother Teresa does not much care for money. She believes we should have less to give it all the Jesus. She even took her substantial Nobel Prize money and built homes for the poor. She only accepted the prize as a representative of the poor anyway. Those dependent on money are truly poor. We should not be satisfied by only giving money. The poor need the work of hands and hearts. Many can afford to live in luxury and may have earned privilege through their work, but its extravagance that irritates her,that they throw away things they could use.

Teresa again emphasizes how wonderful the poor are. So many poor people suffer with such grace. The materially poor are not the only poor. Someone suffers in every family. She remembers helping a girl who...

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