The world would not be the way it is now without Mother Teresa. Her love for everyone, including the poorest of the poor, helped thousands of people who otherwise would’ve been alone. Because of her service, she is remembered throughout the world. When she was alive, she met famous people and won many famous awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize. Mother Teresa dedicated her entire life to helping others, no matter the cost. She worked with many who were sick and dying, and it’s noteworthy that she continued to risk her own life to help them.
Mother Teresa joined the Sisterhood in 1928 and took the name Sister Teresa. As she went on as a nun, she became invested in helping those who didn’t have luxuries she did. She began to help by living with people and caring for them. As her mission got more well-known, she was awarded a building to take them to. Today there are over 610 of these care-centers throughout more than 100 countries. Though Mother Teresa died over 20 years ago, her legacy is still alive today.
This essay details Mother Teresa’s life work so people can understand how much of an impact she made on the world. George Eliot once said, “Our dead are never dead to us until we have forgotten them.” While many people will be forgotten, Mother Teresa left her mark on the world in a way that will always be remembered: remembered for her quotes, her charity, and above all, her service to those people she assisted. - Aislinn D.
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