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Yes, that quote is attributed to Mother Teresa. For more quotes from Mother Teresa, see the link below.

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Who said If you judge people you have no time to love them?

Mother Teresa is the person the quote "If you judge people, you have no time to love them" is attributed to.


What are 5 values mother teresa had?

5 values that Mother Teresa had include using kind words, love, humility, helping others and to not judge others.


Did Mother Teresa meet any important people in her life?

Mother Teresa met many people that some might call important. Princes Diana and Ronald Reagan were just two examples. Mother Teresa followed the teachings of Jesus and did not judge people or their motives. She left that up to God.


What are Mother Teresa's famous quotes?

"I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish that He didn't trust me so much." - Mother Teresa " We are not nurses, we are not doctors, we are not teachers, we are not social workers. We are religious, we are religious, we are religious." (quoted by Angelo Devananda) "God is a friend of silence. His language is silence." "Don't judge people beforehand for if you judge people, you have no time to love them!"


What were some of Mother Teresa's sayings?

At the link below are a list of over 200 of my favorite quotes from Mother Teresa. I keep several dozen of them in my Outlook file to use with my signatures, like: The greatest destroyer of peace is abortion because if a mother can kill her own child, what is left for me to kill you and you to kill me? There is nothing between." Mother Teresa "For you see, in the end, it is between you and God. It was never between you and them anyway." Mother Teresa "Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love." Mother Teresa "I am not sure exactly what heaven will be like, but I know that when we die and it comes time for God to judge us, He will not ask, 'How many good things have you done in your life?' rather he will ask, 'How much love did you put into what you did?'" Mother Teresa "Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin." ― Mother Teresa


Why did Mother Teresa help others?

Mother Teresa helped others because she felt sorry for them. Yeah.....She might be sorry for them but, the main thing is that Mother Teresa do care for people a lot...........In short she loves loving people. This can be prove in one or two of her quote: "if u judge people, u wont have time to love them" "If you can not feed hundred people, try and feed just one" "I have found a paradox; after u might have been hurt in love, there can not be hurt again but only more love" In the view of the last quote, she always believe that if at all she cares and the person in question disappointed, no more of it (disappointment) would come again........... Yikes, this answer in woeful. Mother Teresa helped other because she was a good person, and that is what good people do. -along side this, her christian belief motivated her to help others as Jesus siad. 'what you do unto the least of my brothers, you do unto me"


What part of speech is judge?

The word judge is a regular verb. Judge can also be a noun as in a judge in a court of law.



Did Nero kill his own mother?

Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.Yes, Nero did kill his own mother. But don't be too quick to judge him on this. His mother would have done the same to him.



Where does Jonas's mother work in The Giver?

She works as a judge, what we think is a judge.


If you are 15 can a judge force you to live with your abusive mother?

If you refuse to live with your abusive mother, and the judge forces you to, then you have no choice but to live with her.


Why did people hate Mother Teresa?

Mother Teresa had her share of critics who claim she did little to relieve suffering and spent all her donations to further expand her order. The people who criticize have no concept of what she originlly set out to accomplish and the barriers she encountered. The poor of India who were near death were abandoned to die in the gutters of the city in hopes that someone would eventually removed the body and dispose of it. Mother Teresa set out to provide hostels where these terminally ill could at the very least die with some dignity and not alone, where they could receive basic care and companionship in their final hours or days. She thought it important to help as many people as she could and her resources were spread thinly. She also faced problems with the medical system of India because of the caste system as most of the people she tried to help were 'untouchables.'. As her order has spread around the world and her availabe resources have increased the Missionaries of Charity are upgrading their services where they are able to include medical clinics, hospitals, orphanages and so forth. I can think of no other organization or individual who have had the impact of Mother Teresa and her Missionaries of Charilty.Which provides the greater amount of good?Spending all your resources so that a small number of people can receive the best of medical treatment or using those same resources to help thousands by giving them basic care and comfort. Keep in mind that they would otherwise receive NO care. They would die alone in the streets and their bodies treated like so much trash to be disposed of.Some also criticized Mother Teresa for accepting donations from criminals or petty tyrant governments. Mother Teresa followed the example of Jesus and never judged others. (Do not judge others lest you be judged.) She left the judging to God. She accepted help from anyone, good or bad, young or old, rich or poor. She never questioned their motives as she didn't care. God would judge their actions, not her. Because she accepted these funds from what some would call questionable sources some felt she was giving tacit approval of the actions of these leaders. This could not be further from the truth. Mother Teresa took no sides. She was not a judge.Some people hated Mother Teresa for the simple reason that she was a Catholic.


Did people hate Mother Teresa?

Mother Teresa had her share of critics who claim she did little to relieve suffering and spent all her donations to further expand her order. The people who criticize have no concept of what she originally set out to accomplish and the barriers she encountered. The poor of India who were near death were abandoned to die in the gutters of the city in hopes that someone would eventually removed the body and dispose of it. Mother Teresa set out to provide hospices where these terminally ill could at the very least die with some dignity and not alone, where they could receive basic care and companionship in their final hours or days. She thought it important to help as many people as she could and her resources were spread thinly. She also faced problems with the medical system of India because of the caste system as most of the people she tried to help were 'untouchables.'. As her order has spread around the world and her available resources have increased the Missionaries of Charity are upgrading their services where they are able to include medical clinics, hospitals, orphanages and so forth. I can think of no other organization or individual who have had the impact of Mother Teresa and her Missionaries of Charity.Which provides the greater amount of good?Spending all your resources so that a small number of people can receive the best of medical treatment or using those same resources to help thousands by giving them basic care and comfort. Keep in mind that they would otherwise receive NO care. They would die alone in the streets and their bodies treated like so much trash to be disposed of.Some also criticized Mother Teresa for accepting donations from criminals or petty tyrant governments. Mother Teresa followed the example of Jesus and never judged others. (Do not judge others lest you be judged.) She left the judging to God. She accepted help from anyone, good or bad, young or old, rich or poor. She never questioned their motives as she didn't care. God would judge their actions, not her. Because she accepted these funds from what some would call questionable sources some felt she was giving tacit approval of the actions of these leaders. This could not be further from the truth. Mother Teresa took no sides. She was not a judge.


What do you think about The King's Speech?

his speech was important because, because his children is not getting judge for there skin, but for there character


What part of speech is judge and story in this sentence The judge didn't believe their story?

Judge is a noun, and it is the subject. Story is also a noun, but the direct object.


Do you judge people by what there job is?

no. you cant judge that either. you dont judge people by their routines.


What is is figure of speech the judge threw the book at him?

It means that the judge is mad at the theif and proves the theif guiltyFrom,Aneika.B.G.Robinson


How do people get put into mental institutions?

Committing a crime.Then a judge orders them to be confined there.My Mother was schizophrenic.Take your meds always.





What tere mean in spanish?

To judge from the next (fuller) question, it could be a transliteration into Spanish of 'Terry', or short for 'Teresa'.


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How do people judge people in To Kill a Mockingbird?

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