BIOGRAPHY OF MOTHER TERESA IN ENGLISH

Biography of Mother Teresa in English:





Early life of Mother Teresa: 


Biography of Mother Teresa in English
Biography of Mother Teresa



Mother Teresa was born on August 26, 1910, in Skopje (now in Macedonia). His father Nikolas Boyaju was an ordinary businessman. Mother Teresa's real name was 'Agnes Gonzha Boyajiju'.


Gonza means flower bud in Albanian language. When she was only eight years old, her father went to the other world, after which all the responsibility ofh

herupbringing fell on her mother Drana Boyaju. 



She was the youngest of five siblings. At the time of his birth, his elder sister was 7 years old and his brother was 2 years old, the other two children passed away in childhood. 



She was a beautiful, studious and hard working girl. Along with studies, he loved the song. She and her sister were the lead singers in the nearby church. 




It is believed that when she was only twelve years old, she realized that she would spend her entire life in human service and at the age of 18, she decided to join the Sisters of Loreto. 



By the 1960s she became famous for her humanitarian work for the poor and helpless, mentioned in several Malcolm Mugeridge documentaries and books such as Something Beautiful for God.


He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1949 and the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian honor of India in 1970. 


During Mother Teresa's life, the Missionaries of Charity continued to expand and by the time of her death she controlled 710 missions in 123 countries. 


It included hospices/homes for patients with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis as well as soupskitchens, counseling programs for children and familyorphanages and schools. 


Mother Teresa biography- 



Mother Teresa biography in ENGLISH


  • Name: Agnesay Gonkshi Bonjashyu.
  • Born: August 27, 1910, Yugoslavian.
  • Father: Drana Boyaju. (Catholic)
  • Mother: Nikola Boyaju.
  • Death: 5 September 1997



In 1928, at the age of only 18, he married the Loreto sisters. Mother Teresa, who had left home to live with, also learned English and started in the path of becoming a Christian evangelist. 


Loreto used to use English language to teach children in India. After being evicted from home, he had never seen his sisters and his mother again. Her family lived in Skopje until 1934 and after that they moved to Tirana, Albania. 


After this, Mother Teresa came to India in 1929 and attended Darjeeling; she learned Bengali at St. Teresa School near the Himalayan hills.


And she used to teach children there on 24 May 1931, she got the title of Sanyasini for the first time. And after this he changed his original name to Teresa. 


Mother Teresa was a Roman Catholic monk who spent her life helping the poor and the needy. He spent most of his life in Kalchuta, where he also founded many social organizations. 


Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and became very popular since then. She had great faith in God. 


They did not have much money or property but they had concentrationfaithtrust and energy that happily assisted them in helping poor people.


She used to walk barefoot on the roads for the care of poor people. Constant work and hard work had exhausted her, yet she never gave up.


After coming to India, she gave the true love of a mother to the people, while battling the oppressed and social disdain. 


Mother Teresa became the icon of God for lepers, disabled, aged and poor children. The pimples that leaked from the body, flies buzzed on the wounds, who were alive in the desire for death, which were despised by the society, passing near them was also difficult for a grown-up, but Mother Teresa was not an ordinary world. 


He not only touched those lepers, but also served them well, in a very compassionate way, devoid of devotion to God. Mother Teresa was a devotee of the afflicted, she did not meet her body. 


There was such an ocean of love rising in his heart that patients started to think of themselves as sick. Mother Teresa had only one religionhuman service.


She used to keep the spirit of all religionequanimity in humbleness. Hundreds of obstacles arose in his service-oriented life, but he resolutely faced these obstacles. There are bound to be obstacles in the beginning of every good work. 


Obstacles only give the courage to move towards the objective. Mother Teresa overcame many such obstacles with her perseveranceservice and affection.


The pimples that leaked from the body, flies buzzed on the wounds, who were alive in the desire for death, which were despised by the society, passing near them was also difficult for a grown-up, but Mother Teresa was not an ordinary world.


In the year 1946, he made up his mind to help the poor, the helpless, the sick and the helpless for life. 


After this Mother Teresa completed necessary nursing training from Holy Family Hospital in Patna and came back to Kolkata in 1948 and moved to Talatala for the first time from where she stayed with the caregiver of the poor elderly. 


He washed the wounds of the patientsput his ointment on them and gave them medicines. Gradually he got the attention of the people by his work. 


These people included high officials of the country and the Prime Minister of India, who praised his actions. According to Mother Teresa, the initial phase in this task was very difficult. 


She had left Loreto so she had no income - she had to seek the help of others to fill her stomach.


At this important stage in his lifehe was very disturbed, felt lonely and had the idea of ​​returning to the comforts of Loreto but he did not give up. 


On 7 October 1950, he received from the Vatican the 'Missionaries of Charity' Got permission to set up '. 


The purpose of this organization was to help those who have no place in society, for the hungry, the naked, the homeless, the lame, the blind, the skin people, and for those who have no place in society. 


'Missionaries of Charity' started with just 13 people. But at the time of Mother Teresa's death (1997) more than 4 thousand 'Sisters' are serving the helpless, destitute, refugee, blind, oldpoorhomelessdrunkAIDS patients and people affected by natural disasters around the world. Teresa opened ashrams under the names 'Nirmal Hriday' and 'Nirmala Shishu Bhavan'. 


The purpose of 'Nirmal Hridaywas to serve the patients and poor people suffering from incurable disease, which the society has thrown out. 


Nirmala Shishu Bhavan was established to help orphans and homeless children.True dedication and hard work never fail, the saying came true with Mother Teresa. 


Early Life, Family, Career, quotespoems All these things moved her heart so much that she could not dare to turn her back on him. 


After this, she took the fast of public service, which she continued to follow.


Mother Teresa has received many international accolades and awards for her service to humanity. The Government of India honored him first with the Padma Shri (1962) and later with the country's highest civilian honor, the Bharat Ratna (1980). 


The United States awarded him the Medal of Freedom in 1985. Mother Teresa received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 due to the work done for human welfare. 


He was given this award for helping the poor and the helpless. Mother Teresa decided to use the Nobel Prize money of $192,000 as a fund for the poor.


The death of Mother Teresa: 


His health also deteriorated with increasing age. He had a heart attack for the first time in 1983 at the age of 73. 


At that time Mother Teresa went to Rome to meet Pop John Paul II. Was followed by another heart attack in 1989 and he was given an artificial pacemaker. 


After pneumonia in Mexico in 1991, his heart problem increased. After this, his health continued to decline. 


On 13 March 1997, he stepped down as the head of the Missionaries of Charity and died on 5 September 1997.


By the time of his death, the Missionaries of Charity had 4,000 sisters and 300 other affiliates working in social service in 123 countries of the world. 


Mother Teresa, who cared for human service and the poor, was declared "blessed" by Pope John Pal II in Rome on 19 October 2003.


Mother Teresa's Precious Thought's-


want you to be worried about your neighbor. Do you know your neighbor?

If we lack peace, it is because we have forgotten that we are related to each other.

If you cannot provide food to one hundred people, get at least one done.

If you want to hear the love message, first send it yourself. Like to keep a lamp burning, we have to keep pouring oil in the lamp.

Loneliness is the most terrible poverty.

You can feel love by caring for your close ones.
Loneliness and feeling of being unwanted are the most terrible poverty.

Love is the fruit of every season and is within the reach of every person.

The biggest disease of today's society is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but the feeling of being unwanted.

Eradicating the hunger for love is more difficult than eradicating hunger for bread.

Discipline is the bridge between goals and achievement.

Live with simplicity so that others can also live.

Every item that is not given is worth losing.

Not all of us can do great things but we can do things with love.

We are all like a pen in God's hand.

It is not important how much you gave, but it is how much love you gave while giving.

Beautiful people are not always good.

But good people are always beautiful.

The words of kindness and love may be short, but they are actually echoes.

Some people are like a blessing in your life, others like a lesson.
Typeiful people are not always good.

But good people are always beautiful.

The words of kindness and love may be short, but they are actually echoes.

Some people are like a blessing in your life, others like a lesson.


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