The Little Book of Mother Teresaby Sangeet Duchane
This beautiful book tells the story of one of the best-known women of the twentieth+ century. Mother Teresa of Calcutta. This is the story of her dramatic life but in many ways simple life, her work and the religious order she founded. We learn about her devotion, her setbacks, her doubts and the controversies that surrounded her. We also hear about the work of the men and women she inspired.
- Sterling Publishing
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- 6.34(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.82(d)
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The Little Book of Mother Teresa had no new information about or insight into this very interesting woman. To evaluate Mother Teresa by merely worldly standards (which the author appeared to do) means to miss the very uniqueness, inner conviction and spiritual strengths of the nun who lived her life loving God by loving His most needy children.
This is a beautiful little book about Mother Theresa's life and work. I have been looking for an unbiased account of who this woman really was and this book gave me a marvellous glimpse into the real woman. Someone who had doubts and setbacks as well as strengths. Her journey is well portrayed in the book