Mother Teresa, the name itself gives many definitions and reasons. Once there was a time when someone ever was needy used to once a while go to the door of hers and never came back without help. She was an icon, a divine soul, a mother, a nun and a hero for all of us and still today is and ever will be.
She was born in Macedonia on 26th August 1910. Not all know this fact that Mother Teresa was just 12 years old when she determined her mission to spread love and peace in the world. She said that she realized it very earlier that she want to bring the change and help the needy and understood that this is the “call of god”.
Mother Teresa was a true follower of humanity. Many people considered Mother as the “reincarnated form of Lord Jesus”. Mother Teresa devoted her entire life to serving the needy and abandoned people of the society. Although her mission started in India, she succeeded in bringing the people of all societies under one roof, i.e. humanity. Besides the Nobel Peace Prize, she was also awarded Ramon Magsaysay and Padmashri Award for her social works.
14 Facts of Mother Teresa Everyone Should Know:
1. The Identity
Her name was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu was born Aug. 26, 1910, in Macedonia to a financially comfortable Albanian family (they owned two houses, one of which they lived in). Her father died when she was 8, ending her family’s financial security.