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Most called her Mother Teresa, some called her 'the saint of the gutters.'

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Mother Teresa did most of her work in the slums of Calcutta.


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Answer 1: Most people think that she's a very kind person that the world ever had specially those whom she helped. Answer 2: Some people said: "Very few who walked this Earth had been as true embodiment of love as Mother Teresa"


Yes, this is because Mother Teresa WAS an ordinary person until she felt empathy for the people of the slums of Calcutta, India. She was a nun which was normal. But she was one of the most socially active nuns, going from one assignment to another, still committed to helping the poor.


Probably the most well know statue of Mother Teresa is located in Skopje, Macedonia (formerly Albania), where she was born. The statue is 30 meters tall.


Mother Teresa was a very kind woman. She will be remembered because of her kind heart to people who aren't as fortunate as us.Mother Teresa was a Roman Catholic missionary who is known for her extensive charity work. She was an Albanian, but lived most of her life in Calcutta, India. She was awarded Nobel peace prize in 1979. She is credited with working for poor, orphans, patients and women.



Mother Teresa was born and raised in Skopje, Albania, (today called Macedonia) but her 'home town' was Calcutta, India, where she spent most of her life.


She was born in Skopje, and lived there for 18 years. Then she moved to Ireland, and then to India.


Most of her work, especially in early years, was in India.


Mother Teresa considered Jesus as her husband. She promise not to get marry or have any children. She was a nun in Catholic Church. She helped poorest of the poor of India. She spent her whole life by helping homeless, diseased, poor people, children and some are adults.



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