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1. Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light
2. No Greater Love
3. Where There Is Love, There Is
4. Mother Teresa: A Complete Authorized
5. A Simple Path
6. Mother Teresa's Secret Fire: The
7. Mother Teresa: In My Own Words
8. The Joy in Loving: A Guide to
9. In the Heart of the World: Thoughts,
10. Meditations from a Simple Path
11. Mother Teresa
12. Mother Teresa (DK Biography)
13. Mother Teresa's Prescription:
14. Mother Teresa and Me Ten Years
15. Love: The Words and Inspiration
16. All I Can Handle: I'm No Mother
17. Mother Teresa
18. Works of Love Are Works of Peace:
20. Mother Teresa (Pull Ahead Books

1. Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light - The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta
by Mother Teresa
Hardcover: 416 Pages (2007-09-04)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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This historic work reveals the inner spiritual life of one of the most beloved and important religious figures in history.

During her lifelong service to the poorest of the poor, Mother Teresa became an icon of compassion to people of all religions; her extraordinary contributions to the care of the sick, the dying, and thousands of others nobody else was prepared to look after has been recognized and acclaimed throughout the world. Little is known, however, about her own spiritual heights or her struggles. This collection of her writing and reflections, almost all of which have never been made public before, sheds light on Mother Teresa's interior life in a way that reveals the depth and intensity of her holiness for the first time.

Compiled and presented by Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C., who knew Mother Teresa for twenty years and is the postulator for her cause for sainthood and director of the Mother Teresa Center, MOTHER TERESA brings together letters she wrote to her spiritual advisors over decades. A moving chronicle of her spiritual journey—including moments, indeed years, of utter desolation—these letters reveal the secrets she shared only with her closest confidants. She emerges as a classic mystic whose inner life burned with the fire of charity and whose heart was tested and purified by an intense trial of faith, a true dark night of the soul.

Published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of her death, MOTHER TERESA is an intimate portrait of a woman whose life and work continue to be admired by millions of people.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Penetrating!!
Blessed Mother Teresa is revealed in this biography as a woman deeply devoted to serving her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, by responding to His call to care for the poorest of the poor.Once she received the "call within a call" from the crucified, thirsting Jesus, she was smitten by Him.Her every action from that moment forward became her response of total surrender to serving and pleasing the Lord Jesus among the poorest of the poor.I highly recommend this penetrating biography to anyone who wants to know what it is like to be totally united in love and service to Our Lord and God.

5-0 out of 5 stars Life giving love
This book is a window to the soul of a beautiful woman in love with the Lord.What a blessing!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Too much editorializing
I did not enjoy this book, and it is not a balanced view of Mother Teresa.The author of the book has some opinions about the spiritual life and uses a selection of Mother Teresa's writings to make his point.In essence, he uses Mother Teresa's biography to demonstrate his views. This is disappointing.

The writings he uses beg to be reconciled in a consistent way with the rest of Mother Teresa's life and sayings.Joy and peace were radiated by Mother Teresa, but this book would make all of that seem like a grim "faking it" instead of authentic.I like having access to these previous withheld writings, but I did not like the way the author handled or analyzed the writings.The book is much more about his analysis than the writings of Mother Teresa.It would have been better to bind her writings without the analysis.

5-0 out of 5 stars Insight
Excellent book.Easy to read.Gives insight into Mother Teresa's dark night of the soul.Very uplifting.Encouraging to any of us who "walk in the dark".

5-0 out of 5 stars Astonishing
Mother Teresa of Calcutta was famed for her lovely sweet smile and dogged persistence in her lonvg service to the poorest of the poor and advocacy for all the defenseless. Until the publications of these searing, most private letters to her spiritual director no one knew how deeply she shared -as she prayed at the outset of her great work- the utter abandonment of the poor, the sick, and the dying, abandoned even by the slightest perception of God's loving presence. This book shows her to be a MUCH GREATER saint than one ever imagined, not just an outstanding idealist and effective do-gooder, but a person to whom had been given a supreme gift... the gift of absolute Divine Absence. Writers and mystics describe and discuss the Apophatic way as if it is something which is beautiful, poetic, lovely. Mother Teresa in her letters to her spiritual director showed that it is a burning fire and a crucifixion which is beautiful only to the onlooker. Luckily, we have the opportunity to share in the deepest experience of a supreme mystic through the words of this book. ... Read more

2. No Greater Love
by Mother Teresa
Paperback: 224 Pages (2002-03-05)
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Asin: 1577312015
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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No Greater Love is the essential wisdom of Mother Teresa — the most accessible, intimate, and inspiring book of her teachings. Thematically arranged to present her revolutionary vision of Christianity in its graceful simplicity, the book features her thoughts on love, generosity, forgiveness, prayer, service, and what it means to be a Christian. A passionate testament to deep hope and abiding faith in God, No Greater Love celebrates the life and work of one of the world’s most revered spiritual teachers.Amazon.com Review
If No Greater Love doesn't soften your heart, nothing will. Rather than proselytizing, Mother Teresa gives simple encouragement to love and give and sacrifice.The anecdotes she tells--of the woman who calls her crippled son "Teacher of Love," or the child who prefers to live with her mother under a tree to living in the relative comfort of Mother Teresa's home--evoke a bittersweet tenderness in the reader, a feeling that Mother Teresa is correct in saying that we must conquer the world not with bombs but with love. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I love her story
I have no words... My respect for Mother Teresa and my admiration for her is beyond words. Her humbleness above all. Her humaness gives me hope. There is so much to learn in everything she did and so much wisdom in everything she said.I loved this book and appreciate that it did not invade her privacy or betray her wishes to keep her letters secret. It was what she wanted to share with dignity and respect.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Beautiful Book that Could Change the World
"I comfort Jesus in the distressing disguise of the poor." ~ Mother Teresa

There are a few books that could change the world if enough people read them and this is one of them. I have rarely been so touched by a book and I found myself crying at times because the message in this book is so amazingly beautiful.

It is probably impossible to completely emulate Mother Teresa. She was so selfless in her interactions with the poorest of the poor. And yet by reading this book you may be convinced to do something big or small to help the world.

"No Greater Love" is a book to treasure and to read again and again. It is truly one of the most inspirational books I've ever read. Reading this book is truly an expansive experience. Mother Teresa's words of love fill your own heart with love that you can then share with others.

In all my years of attending church I can't remember anyone teaching me to pray the way Mother Teresa does in her first chapter. She then also speaks about giving, being holy, working to help the poor, forgiveness, children, suffering and death. She lovingly explores each topic while making it clear that she is serving Christ in all his distressing disguises.

I think that reading this book could really change your life. You don't have to run off to become a nun to change the world. You can support The Missionaries of Charity by writing to 1596 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117.

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5-0 out of 5 stars A Little Cup Of Inspiration
Do you ever need a quick soothing fix for an inner problem? This book gives you quotes by mother teresa, and her own personal outlook on situations. She teaches you how to give, how to love, how to look at the Eucharist, and so much more. Not only that, but you see a comparison in her own words to Jesus' words... how similar they are! Mother Teresa is one of those people that everyone wishes they could be inside her brain for a day, and now you have a chance. I highly recommend this for light reading, or deep interpretation, but it is NOT a story, for those of you looking for a novel. Again, MT is so highly regarded, and this book will give you a tiny sneak peek as to why.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book!Excellent condition!
Delivered before expected date of delivery and in good-as-new condition!Will use this seller again!

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding
Love is the most important aspect of God, in my opinion. Everything else, including all the Commandments, follow it.If one loves humanity, how can one violate the other commandments.Learning to love oneself, God, and others is basic to a healthy spiritual life, as well as healthy civic life, mental health, etc.Mother helps one understand and practice love.
I believe everything she has written, as well her life itself, is well worth examining. ... Read more

3. Where There Is Love, There Is God: A Path to Closer Union with God and Greater Love for Others
by Mother Teresa Mother Teresa
Hardcover: 384 Pages (2010-08-10)
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Mother Teresa’s relationship with God and her commitment to those she served—the poorest of the poor—is here powerfully explored in her own words.  Taken largely from her private lessons to her sisters, published here for the first time, Where There is Love, There is God unveils her extraordinary faith in and surrender to God’s will. This book is in some way a sequel to Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light, in which her own very private spiritual struggles were explained.  Sent to alleviate the sufferings of the poor, she assumed their struggles and pain in the depths of her heart. This led to particularly intense anguish which she lived through with heroic courage and fidelity over several decades.  As important as this aspect of her life is, that remarkable testimony of her life and her words intensifies the need and desire to know more of her thought.  There is much she can teach us as we face our daily struggles or sufferings, which can at times be unusually severe.  Where There is Love, There is God, though not an exhaustive anthology of Mother Teresa’s teaching, nonetheless shows what she believed and taught about important issues that confront all people. Due to her constant interaction with people of diverse backgrounds, no life situation was foreign to her and in this book her role is primarily one of teacher and guide.
Love is perhaps the word that best summarizes Mother Teresa’s life and message. The title reflects what she proclaimed during her entire life: God is alive, present, and “still loves the world through you and through me”.  Mother Teresa sought to be an extension of God’s heart and hands in the world of today. She was called to be a missionary of charity, a carrier of God’s love to each person she met, especially those most in need. Yet she did not think that this was a vocation uniquely hers; each person is in some way called to be a carrier of God’s love. Through the practical and timely advice she offers, Mother Teresa sets us on the path to closer union with God and greater love for our brothers and sisters.
MOTHER TERESA (1910–1997) was born in Skopje (present-day Macedonia), and joined the Sisters of Loreto in Dublin in 1928. She left the Loreto order in 1948 to begin the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta. Her service to the poorest of the poor became her life’s work. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and was beatified in 2003. Editor of Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light, FATHER BRIAN KOLODIEJCHUK, M.C., Ph.D., was associated with Mother Teresa for twenty years and is now director of the Mother Teresa Center, which has offices in California, Mexico, India, and Italy.

“What you are doing I cannot do, what I’m doing you cannot do, but together we are doing something beautiful for God, and this is the greatness of God’s love for us—To give us the opportunity to become holy through the works of love that we do because holiness is not the luxury of the few. It is a very simple duty for you, for me, you in your position, in your work and I and others, each one of us in the work, in the life that we have given our word of honor to God.…You must put your love for God in a living action.”
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5-0 out of 5 stars Where There is Love There is God
The postulator for the cause of Mother Teresa's canonization, Brian Kolodiejchuk, shocked the religious world in 2007 with his edition of Mother Teresa's first published writings. Come Be My Light showed the unprecedented depths and duration of the future saint's dark night, her longing, tumultuous relationship with God, the unrelenting suffering that inspired her identification with the poorest of the poor, and her complete surrender to God's will.

This latest anthology of Mother Teresa's writings - Where There is Love There is God - shows the outward application of her inner struggle to some of the more fundamental issues of life, such as obedience, poverty, abortion, and holiness. On the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth, Kolodiejchuk has gathered vignettes of her teachings mainly from exhortations to her sisters but also from public speeches and open letters.

As in his first publication, Kolodiejchuk introduces Mother Teresa's writings, but then steps aside to let her speak. The result is a collection of spiritual readings, meant not so much to read and understand as to pray and be the springboard for contemplation. Both this and Mother Teresa's first book should be on every Christian's shelf.
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4. Mother Teresa: A Complete Authorized Biography
by Kathryn Spink
Paperback: 336 Pages (1998-09-01)
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Asin: 0062515535
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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During her lifetime, Mother Teresa resisted having her full biography written. Then, in 1991, realizing that accounts of her life and work could inspire others, she gave Kathryn Spink, who had long been intimately involved with the work of Mother Teresa and her order and co-workers around the world, permission to proceed with a complete biography on the understanding that it would not be finished until after her death.

Here, now, is the complete story of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, founder of the Missionaries of Charity and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, a woman regarded by millions as a contemporary saint for her dedication to serving the poorest of the poor. From her childhood in Balkans as a member of a remarkably openhearted and religious family to her work in India, from attending the victims of war-torn Beirut to pleading with George Bush and Saddam Hussein to choose peace over war. Mother Teresa was driven by an absolute faith. She consistently claimed that she was simply responding to Christ's boundless love for her and for all of humanity. When People magazine interviewed Kathryn Spink for their cover story on Mother Teresa 's death, Spink told them: "What one has to understand about Mother Teresa is that she sees Christ in every person she encounters." Clad in her white peasant sari with blue edging, Mother Teresa brought to the world a great and living lesson in joyful and selfless love.Amazon.com Review
For years Mother Teresa has appeared at the top of every listof the world's most influential women, in company with Diana, Princessof Wales, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Different in almost everyrespect from those famous women, she did share one important quality:she was a star. In Mother Teresa, biographer Kathryn Spink goesbeyond her subject's public persona to examine the life of amodern-day saint. In the course of tracing Mother Teresa's life--fromher birth in Albania to her years in Ireland and then India with theLoreto Sisters to the founding of her own order, the Missionaries ofCharity--Spink explores the ramifications of her subject's life andwork on the lives of those she labored for and with.

MotherTeresa's frail appearance belied the steely will and public-relationssavvy she brought to the task of loosening potential donor's pursestrings and attracting attention to her cause. Was Mother Teresa akind of spiritual colonialist, as critics have charged, moreinterested in helping the poor die in a state of grace than inchanging the conditions in which they lived? Spink discusses this andother thorny questions with grace and honesty, at the same timeemphasizing her subject's admirable achievements. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Mother Teresa: A Complete Authorized Biography
Excellent Book! A must-have for anyone interested in the life of a living saint Mother Teresa.
Also great price!

4-0 out of 5 stars "Average book, Amazing Example"
I loved reading and learning about such a wonderful woman. I was disappointed in how the book was written, because I got confused a lot, and had to re-read and ponder it, and even had to look up some words in the dictionary.I am planning on reading more about Mother Teresa and her amazing life and legacy.I would just like to find the right book. So feel free to leave me any suggustions. For such a small, frail old lady... there was NOTHING small about Mother Teresa!

2-0 out of 5 stars A mediocre book about an exceptional human being
There is no doubt about the caliber of Mother Theresa and when reading about her, one can only feel respect and admiration.
Nevertheless - from my point of view- this book focuses too much on superficial details. I missed more insight into her motives and personality. Disappointing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Getting to Know the Pen While Reading the Letter
"During her lifetime, Mother Teresa resisted having her biography written in full...in 1991, she gave Kathryn Spink, who had known Mother Teresa and been involved with her mission for thirteen years, to proceed with a full account of her life...It was also understood that the book would be completed only after Mother Teresa's death." This is part of the text from the inside of the front dust jacket of the book.

Few authors received this imprimatur of Mother Teresa. If for no other reason, this reason calls the inquirer of Mother Teresa's "life and views and of the work" (front jacket) to consider the book seriously.

It may amaze some Catholics to know that an authorized biographer of Mother Teresa is not a Catholic. Kathryn Spink is a Christian of sorts but not a Catholic. However, she loves the words and work of Mother Teresa and quotes Mother Teresa's opinion of the Missionaries of Charity as the, "most disorganized organization in the world" (Preface, vi). In that quote, it could be said, Mother Teresa was giving, indirectly, an answer to Christopher Hitchens caustic critique of her. It is hard for unbelievers to understand how disorder in the Church is evidence of the order of God--and yet it is, because God can write with broken pens.

There are no footnotes, no notes at all. However, there are many quotes that are gems in the thought and work of Mother Teresa including her Nobel Peace Prize Lecture (Appendix B). Some quotes are what Christian readers expect, "I said that even if they helped one person, that was all right. Jesus would have died for one person, for one sinner" (p. 87). Others quotes only non-Christians will appreciate, "You call him Ishwar some call him Allah, some simply God, but we all have to acknowledge that it is he who made us for greater things: to love and to be loved" (pp. 155-56). There is a short but adequate Index.

The style is intimate, enjoyable, and flowing from an obvious depth of knowledge of the subject addressed. There are a number of pictures in the center of the book that historically progress through her life as if taken from the family album.

There are a couple of criticisms about the book that need to be addressed. First, it does not confront Mother Teresa's adversaries. There is only an illusion to Mr. Hitchens and not by name (p. 275). Second, there is a lack of comments, interviews, and commentary from colleagues and associates. Third, there is plenty of data about her life but the depth of how each subject is handled sometimes seems a little thin.

In response to the second and third criticisms, authors are painfully aware of this formula, pages plus cost equal higher price plus less audience. Most people do not want to pay a fortune for a book and the numbers of books sold declines as the page number increases. In this instantaneous age, few have the attention span for longer books.

Those interested in Mother Teresa's thought should inquirer into Kathryn Spink's book, The Miracle of Love. It is a shorter work but a fruitful read.

4-0 out of 5 stars An Effective Account
Spink has created a serious biography of Mother Teresa, which covers her life fairly comprehensively from birth to death.Mother Teresa's creation of the Missionaries of Charity, and her tireless efforts on behalf of the sick, and the poorest of the poor are well illumined by the book.Refraining from much criticism or praise, Spink also illustrates Mother Teresa's uncompromising stand against abortion, divorce and birth control.The style is a bit wandering and digressing (and as always I wish there were footnotes!), but nonetheless relays essential facts of Mother Teresa's life.The book is accessible, and recommended to anyone seriously trying to appreciate her life, in or outside an undergraduate context. ... Read more

5. A Simple Path
by Mother Teresa
Hardcover: 240 Pages (1995-10-31)
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Known around the globe for her indefatigable work on behalf of the poor, the sick, and the dying, Mother Teresa has devoted her life to giving hope to the hopeless in more than one hundred and twenty countries. She inspires us all to find a way to translate our spiritual beliefs into action in the world. How has one woman accomplished so much? And what are the guiding principles that have enabled this humble nun to so profoundly effect the lives of millions?
Now, in her own words, Mother Teresa shares the thoughts and experiences that have led her to do her extraordinary charitable work. A candid look at her everyday life--at the very simplicity and self-sacrifice that give her the strength to move mountains--A Simple Path gives voice to the remarkable spirit who has dedicated her life to the poorest among us.
Just as important as her beliefs are how they are put into action in the world, and A Simple Path also tells the story of the founding of the Missionaries of Charity, their purpose and practice, and the results of their tireless work. Through faith, surrender, and prayer, the missionaries live to serve others; they have improved the lives of countless souls and given dignity to the dying. Their mission has also produced a ripple effect, spreading human compassion to communities where there is need.
Through these examples, as well as the uplifting words and guiding prayers of Mother Teresa and those who work with her, everyone can learn how to walk the simple path that Mother Teresa has laid out for us, to help create a truly kinder world for the future.
A Simple Path is a unique spiritual guide for Catholics and non-Catholics alike: full of wisdom and hope from the one person who has given us the greatest model of love in action in our time.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Stated
"A Simple Path" seems to serve a dual purpose.First, it outlines the purpose of the Missionaries of Charity.Second, the book allows others to voice their experiences in working with the missionaries.Readers need not be Catholic to read and appreciate this book.The book is more about the scope of work than seeking conversions as the mission demonstrates.

It is difficult to walk away from this book without being affected.Stating the necessity of turning our focus away from material goods is easy.Acting on the practice is foreign and absurd to most.In reading the stories presented in the book, one recognizes the ecstasy experienced in helping others.In the joy present on the face of Mother Teresa as she holds a child, the plasure is obvious.Even those who do not share her political and religious views have shared in these feelings.These experiences are recorded in later chapters.

A particular passage that moved me in this book was in regard to helping the dying.Some can not even physically touch the dying.But as one contributer states, there is a certain peace is holding a person as they pass from this life to the next.

It is a message of peace and loving others as God loves you.While not all of us can embrace the lifestyle of Mother Teresa, we can give of ourselves.In going this, we are able to experience a small portion of the joy experienced by those in Mother Teresa's order.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great, but not as listed.
Book was in great condition, but not NEW as it was listed. Still a great copy at a great price.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Faith of a Remarkable Woman
There truly is beauty in simplicity. This book provides a wonderful insight into the life and faith of Mother Teresa. Included are great examples of her remarkable compassion and concern for the poor, and stories from Missionaries of Charity volunteers about her day to day life.

Most importantly, the book expounds upon the philosophy of Mother Teresa - written on a plaque in the Missionaries of Charity house, "The fruit of silence is PRAYER. The fruit of prayer is FAITH. The fruit of faith is LOVE. The fruit of love is SERVICE. The fruit of service is PEACE."

I highly recommend this book to anyone wishing to understand more about this remarkable woman.

5-0 out of 5 stars A beautiful book from a modern Saint
I've been an admirer of Mother Teresa--Blessed Mother Teresa, to be more precise--for some time, transitioning from "admirer" to "disciple" of the past few years. A writer once counseled that as Christians we should surround ourselves with people who look like Jesus. I think Mother Teresa fits that requirement more than almost anyone else I've discovered, which has led to my imitation of her spirituality and way of living.

Undoubtedly one of my greatest heroes, Mother Teresa combined a deep love for God and the Church with relentless, sacrificial compassion to the poorest of the poor in our world. She spent most of her time in Calcutta, India, caring for children, the sick, and the dying--work that earned her a Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Through these avenues, the injected dignity and value into the last days of people society had literally kicked to the curb. Her work, is incomprehensible without the understanding of her rich spiritual devotion.

Rare is it that you find someone combining radical activism with deep spirituality. One of the more discouraging disconnections in the Christian world is that between prayer and action, contemplation and social justice. There are many Christians who are deeply absorbed in prayer, liturgy, and the spiritual disciplines to the neglect of charity and justice for others. And there are many others who consistently engage in charitable acts of mercy but who are, spiritually, empty vessels. Most of us tend to bend our focus towards only one of Jesus' two Great Commandments, but Mother Teresa exhibited the blending and practice of both. In this way she shared this unique way of living with two other heroes of mine, Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton, among others.

Mother Teresa's impact on people of all beliefs and locations has been a shining example of love in a world often cold and apathetic towards the "least among us". The engine that drove her compassion, however, was her ability to see the face of Jesus in every person she encountered, even--as she like to say--in his "most distressing disguises." It has been a persistent quest of mine to see the world and its people through the same eyes Mother Teresa saw them through, and so it is to the recorded writings of hers that I've turned to.

Many books have been written about Mother Teresa, but there are only a small handful that feature her own thoughts and words. I just finished reading one of these books, "A Simple Path" (240 pages, Ballantine Books, $24.00), which actually is only in part composed of Mother Teresa's own reflections. Roughly two-thirds of the book is composed of thoughts from many of the priests and religious brothers and sisters who work with or are part of the Missionaries of Charity, the religious order Mother Teresa initiated.

Mother Teresa offers introductions to each of these contributors, along with some short thoughts of her own, but the majority of the book is a collection of accounts, prayers, and reflections from the work of the Missionaries of Charity and their sister religious orders. The writings, while not all from the pen of Mother Teresa herself, still share the overarching spirit of this remarkable woman.

The book hops from narratives, to teachings, to prayers, to quotes. Some of my favorite quotes from Mother Teresa herself include:

"We are not called to be successful, but faithful.".

"We cannot to great things, only small things with great love."

"Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin."

"The fruit of silence is prayer, the fruit of prayer is faith, the fruit of faith is love, the fruit of love is service, the fruit of service is peace."

If you are looking for a thorough biography of Mother Teresa or the Missionaries of Charity, I would probably look elsewhere. If you want a good introduction to the thoughts and prayers of Mother Teresa, though, "A Simple Path" is a great place to start. It would have been nice if more of Mother Teresa's own words filled the pages instead of the reflections of others, but I don't think the book's structure took much away from its message. Regardless of who said what, the spirit of Mother Teresa's compassion, stemming from the Spirit of Jesus, is communicated simply and beautifully through these pages.

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent book regarding Mother Teresa
This is a very thoughtful and insightful book.While it is an easy read the message it sends is very deep and profound.The path Mother Teresa paints is a simple path but not an easy one as it will require a change, sometimes a drastic change, in one's current lifestyle. ... Read more

6. Mother Teresa's Secret Fire: The Encounter That Changed Her Life and How It Can Transform Your Own
by Joseph Langford
Hardcover: 320 Pages (2008-10-15)
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Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth with the book she wanted written.

The great frustration in any national crisis is the sense of impotence, the inability of the individual to make a difference. And yet, we do have power, our choices do matter.

In the end, Mother Teresa showed us the power of one the power of a single person, clinging to the Creator, to handle enormous change and turn it to good, and to become a luminous force in the darkest of times.

Her lessons can prepare us, as no political plan or economic program ever can, to navigate the trials that await us with grace, and even to turn them into blessing. This is true change that lasts. This is genuine recovery, from the inside out.

"Anyone wanting to live and love without fear will want to read Secret Fire." ----Jim Towey, former Director, White House Office of Faith-Based & Community Initiatives

"Secret Fire speaks to Mother Teresa's deepest motivations." --Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C., Postulator, Director, Mother Teresa Center, Editor, Come, be My Light ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Secret Fire Revealed
I enjoyed this book. If your a follower of Mother Teresa this is a Must read!

5-0 out of 5 stars Mother Teresa's 100th Anniversary, Tranform Your Life
Mother Teresa's message was never more important than it is today. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth by learning about the encounter that changed her life...and how it can inspire you to change your own.

3-0 out of 5 stars Another look at St Teresa
This is the same author who wrote a previous book. While he did a good job explaining the main message she received from Jesus it was a very wordy writing. I've read better books about her life.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mother Teresa's Secret Fire
This is one of those life-changing books that the reader cannot read fast enough but yet can only read a little bit at a time, since it draws one to reflection and prayer.It is such an important disclosure of Mother Theresa's mysticism as well as an invitation to follow her lead in accepting and revealing God's love! I have bought more copies of the book to give to relatives and friends than I can count.

2-0 out of 5 stars Uninspired to Connect to Author's Telling From the Beginning
I picked up this book because I've been a profound 'fan' of Mother Teresa since I was literally three years old.

I've followed her deeds on the news throughout my life, read "A Simple Path" several times, and even visited her ashram in Kolkata.

I was hoping for yet another inspiring Mother related story in this book.Sadly this book could not pique or keep my interest.

The author begins the book with speaking at length about how he knew she'd have wanted him to write this book. And on he goes, almost as if he really does 'know' her from the inside out. And while Fr. Langford no doubt has a more personal knowledge of Mother Teresa than I do, I'm not sure writing is his best median for sharing that.

Though my personal experience with connecting to this book fell short, I'm certain it could/would provide some type of inspiration for others who may not be as familiar with the tales of the Mother's life. This was the reason for two stars rather than my one-star experience.

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7. Mother Teresa: In My Own Words
by Mother Teresa, Jose Luis Gonzalez-Balado
Paperback: 128 Pages (1997-09-18)
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The collection of quotes, stories, and prayers in this book are all her own words and experiences. They were compiled from various sources. Her undying faith and concern of the human spirit is reflected in these passages. In her years of work, Mother Teresa has brought God to millions in places of darkness. Let her share her hope, faith, and love with you.Amazon.com Review
Though Mother Teresa's words may be spare, her good deeds areabundant. The messages in this lovely collection--directed atcoworkers, sisters, and others eager to hear the words of someone wholived the challenge she presented to others--are sure to provideinspiration for anyone who reads them. The quotes, stories, andprayers are a testament to the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize winner'sgenerosity and strength of spirit: "Good works are links thatform a chain of love"; "I never will understand all the goodthat a simple smile can accomplish"; "Before judging thepoor, we have to examine with sincerity our own conscience."Mother Teresa's words and deeds fortified and inspired the poor, thedying, and the suffering. These powerful messages, combined withblack-and-white photos of this highly regarded woman doing the workshe loved, make for a truly unforgettable book. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Quotes to Jumpstart A Soul
I enjoyed this book because it reads quickly while still giving me something to "chew" on spiritually. Blessed Mother Teresa's simplicity and frankness is refreshing and timeless.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great collection of Mother Teresa quotes
I, like many others I'm sure, feel that Mother Teresa was a great person. This book is full of quotes from her. It is awe-inspiring to me that she did such great things and was as humble about what she was doing as she was.

While reading these quotes I was struck by how simple the things she said truly were, yet in their simplicity lies their magnitude. She wasn't helping the poor because it made her a better person, she was helping the poor because it was what she was needed to do to strengthen her relationship with Jesus. Many times she mentions that she helps the poor because the poor are Jesus, and by helping them she is helping Jesus.

Reading these quotes from her was quite touching. I hope that by listening to the message that she was conveying that I can become a better person.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Book
This book can help one see things in a different light.It makes you appreciate the things you make take for granted.Great book.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mother Teresa
A very simple easy to read book. Insights into the kind of lifestyle she lived and the people she worked with and tended. It gives a real picture of poverty that is not often seen, by most of us.

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This is a great Book of Quotations from Mother Teresa. it is truly inspiring.
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8. The Joy in Loving: A Guide to Daily Living (Compass)
by Mother Teresa
Paperback: 448 Pages (2000-03-01)
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A treasury of meditations, prayers, and reflections, one for each day of the year, from one of the most revered figures of our time.

The provocative ideas and touching insights found in The Joy in Loving spring from incidents in Mother Teresa's own remarkable life. She speaks of men and women who have lived and died uncomplainingly, even in the midst of great poverty and deprivation; of wealthy businessmen whose indifference has been transformed into compassion and charity, and of her encounters with people and governments around the globe. Through all of this, Mother Teresa emphasizes the need for a disciplined, loving family life, for "in the home begins the disruption of the peace of the world." Drawing on more than seventy years of selfless service to the poorest of the poor, she discusses the importance of work and prayer, charity and service, the right to life and, above all, the need to love--unconditionally and absolutely.Amazon.com Review
The authors, who worked closely with Mother Teresa during herlifetime, have drawn together stories and prayers inspired by themissionary, who worked tirelessly on behalf of India's poor with hersisters of charity. Each day of the year is assigned a brief story orblessing: A child goes without sugar so Mother Teresa may have it; atruckload of bread miraculously arrives for starving Indians when therice has run out. Many of the passages are quotes from Mother Teresaherself, and all of them challenge the reader to live up to hersaintly view of humanity and suffering. If the day-by-day approachdoesn't fit, there's an easy-to-browse index, organized by theme("cheerfulness," "humility,""suffering"). Her standards are high, however, and normalsinners may find her words more challenging than uplifting. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Joy in Loving
I love the book.It is really inspirational.I share the book with my colleagues too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Daily enlightenment
I read the page dated for the day and it gives me an example of the life I should be living. It teaches charity. I doesn't take very lone to read each day a great way to start my day at work.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Collection of Mother Teresa's Wisdom
"I believe God loves the world through us." ~ Mother Teresa

"The Joy in Loving" is a beautiful book filled with many thoughts to ponder. Each page has an inspiring thought, a story or a prayer. The topics range from the lack of love in families to extreme poverty and the realities of abortion. You could read this book at a slower rate of one page a day as it is set up that way. It is also enjoyable to read all at once therefore giving yourself a must-needed spiritual boost. I was truly humbled by reading this collection of Mother Teresa's wisdom.

"Peace in the world is brought about not by force but by love." ~ Mother Teresa

I think you will also enjoy:

No Greater Love

A Life for God: The Mother Teresa Reader

~The Rebecca Review

5-0 out of 5 stars Mother Teresa Rocks
I am not Catholic but I love, love, love Mother Teresa.She was a woman filled with the light and love of Jesus.I read this book of quotes a few times a year.Especially when I am feeling particularly selfish and moody.She is truly an inspiration and there is so much a person can learn from her exemplary life.

5-0 out of 5 stars great spiritual reading
This has a saying for each day.
We read it each morning.The
sayings are only a few lines
long, but have great meaning.
I recommnond it. ... Read more

9. In the Heart of the World: Thoughts, Stories, and Prayers
by Mother Teresa
Paperback: 112 Pages (2010-03-16)
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In the Heart of the World is a powerful portrait of one of the most beloved women of all time, told in her own words through a fascinating blend of daily life experiences, prayers, and spiritual wisdom. Follow Mother Teresa to the streets of Calcutta, Rome, and New York and listen as she offers pearls of spiritual truth as relevant today as when she began her work more than sixty years ago.

With humor, compassion, and lyrical clarity, Mother Teresa illuminates the sacred in the intimate everyday tasks of living. In the Heart of the World bears indisputable testimony to the influence of a soul wholly dedicated — with a heart of love — to a life of service. Through this book, Mother Teresa will inspire you to reach out with love and compassion to others, and to work together for world peace.
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5-0 out of 5 stars In the Heart of the World
When you think of a compassionate soul, you automatically think of Mother Teresa. In life, she gave so much to people who had nothing, not even hope. Moreover, she did so out of love.

In the Heart of World is a beautifully compiled book that shares the thoughts, stories, and prayers of Mother Teresa. This is one of those books that after you read it, you want to be a better person. You believe that one person can make a difference.

In one of my favorite entries, Mother Teresa mentions that feeding the hungry wasn't the most important thing to do. Instead, she felt that people were lonely and desperately needed to be loved. That before, she began her work, these people were basically invisible to the rest of the world.

5-0 out of 5 stars Loving the World
"Every act of love is a work of peace, no matter how small." ~ Mother Teresa

I rarely read a book twice in one sitting but with "In the Heart of The World" I felt compelled to immerse myself in the healing thoughts of Mother Teresa twice. She was such a rare and beautiful soul that when you read her words they are even more meaningful the second time you invite them into your heart and mind.

This is really quite a small book but the message is powerful and life changing. Mother Teresa believed that the worst thing to happen to a human being was to be unloved. In this book her thoughts, stories and prayers bring the reader to a place of peace. Because of Mother Teresa the "Missionaries of Charity" opened over 500 centers around the world. This book presents just a few pages of her thoughts so you might also want to read: No Greater Love

"Let us not use bombs and guns to overcome the world. Let us use love and compassion." ~ Mother Teresa

~The Rebecca Review

5-0 out of 5 stars Embodying the Faith
"In the Heart of the World" is emblamatic of the philosophy that Mother Teresa spent a lifetime demonstrating.Penned by this saintly woman, the book is divided into three sections: Thoughts, Stories, and Prayers.

Because it allows readers to read into the heart and mind of Mother Teresa, the "Thoughts" section of the book may be the most significant.It is here that Mother Teresa puts into writing the philosophy of her work.While poverty of material is tragic, being impoverished of the love of other is worse.For this reason, "Smile five times a day at someone you really don't want to smile at at all."This point is further exemplified in the "Stories" section.As she often writes, love and compassion will overcome the world long before bombs and guns.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a treasure
This slim yet profound little book is a joy to read. It distills all the hype down to a pure and simple message of love.

5-0 out of 5 stars on a life of service
The three sections of this slender volume, "Thoughts", "Stories", and "Prayers", are exquisitely written, and describe the life of the sisters who live in India and many other parts of the world, in austere simplicity, helping those in need.
Though there is the occasional flavor that the words are coming from someone whose mother tongue was not English, it does not detract from the beauty of the language, or its intent, which is to inspire us to serve, on any level that we are able to: "And be faithful is small things because it is in them that your strength lies" (pg. 15). This thought is paraphrased again on page 98.

The subject of loneliness runs through the entire book, emphasizing the compassion needed towards those who have been cast aside from society; Mother Teresa speaks of loneliness being the most painful suffering: "...the deepest poverty is not being loved" (pg. 66).
Originally published as The Mother Teresa Reader, it has a lovely layout, with a lot of space to frame the thoughts, and has chapter opening quotes by Michael Collopy.
Though it is a book that could be read in an evening, perhaps it is better taken in small portions and given time and consideration. The level of humility and faith is deep, and deserves our attention. ... Read more

10. Meditations from a Simple Path
by Mother Teresa Mother Teresa
Hardcover: 96 Pages (1996-03-12)
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"Works of love are always works of joy."

"Do we look at the poor with compassion? They are hungry not only for food, they are hungry to be recognized as human beings."

"There is only one God and He is God to all; therefore it is important that everyone is seen as equal before God."

These rich words of wisdom and conviction are among the pearls of thought found in Meditations from A Simple Path. Comprised of luminous selections culled from the New York Times bestseller, this warm and very loving volume is a joyful celebration of prayer, faith, love, service, and peace.

Profound and uplifting, this elegant book will provide a tremendous source of inspiration for you or someone you love. It is brimming with timeless messages for us all.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great little book
Great little book
Gr8 material to sit with
and from a selfless person.
Im enjoying it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Medications from a Simple Path
This book contains prayers and meditations that Mother Teresa wrote.This book is very inspiring and helpful to every-day life.

5-0 out of 5 stars Meditations from a Simple Path by Mother Teresa
This work typifies the simplicity of the life lead by the
Mother Teresa. The major themes of the volume are as follows:

- The Fruit of Silence is Prayer.
- The Fruit of Prayer is Faith.
- The Fruit of Faith is Love.
- The Fruit of Love is Service.
- the Fruit of Service is Peace.

The layout of the book builds up to peace from the fruit of
silence which is prayer. This is a spiritual rendition by
the author born of modest parents some 95 years ago. It should
be widely read by theologians , philosophers and academicians

4-0 out of 5 stars Encouraging
This is a wonderful book. The layout allows you to read only a few of the entries or, if inspired, the whole book. As always, what Mother Teresa says is touching and simply profound. The meditations found in this book allowyou to witness the beauty of a life of service. ... Read more

11. Mother Teresa
by Demi
Paperback: 40 Pages (2010-10-15)
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It is not how much we do

but how much love

we put in the doing

that makes our offering

something beautiful for God.


Born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in 1910, Mother Teresa was called to a religious life at a young age and began her novitiate in 1928. She took the name "Teresa" after Saint Teresa of Lisieux, the patroness of missionaries, and dedicated her entire life to helping the poorest of the poor in India and, later, throughout the world.

Founder of the Missionaries of Charity in 1950, she came to be known as Mother Teresa and oversaw thousands of nuns as they ministered to the poor, the starving, and the dying.

Mother Teresa was the recipient of many of the world's most prestigious humanitarian awards, including the United States Medal of Honor and the Nobel Peace Prize. She died in Calcutta, India, in 1997 and was beatified by Pope John Paul II on October 19, 2003. In his homily the pope said, "Let us praise the Lord for this diminutive woman in love with God, a humble Gospel messenger and a tireless benefactor of humanity. In her we honor one of the most important figures of our time. Let us welcome her message and follow her example."

Blessed by Pope John Paul II himself, Demi's Mother Teresa is a glorious biography of one of the most beloved women of our time -- a woman whose actions and words will inspire us all. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great Book!
This was a great purchase!The pictures are wonderful and the biography was very interesting.The only drawback I found was that it was too long and detailed for the audience I was reading to-8-10 year olds.Definitely one of my favorite subjects and will continue to be read in my home!

5-0 out of 5 stars Touches all ages
This is a beautiful book, in words, deeds, and art. The story of Mother Teresa is told in a spirit that is appropriate to the woman herself. The words tell an amazing story simply, just as she lived... telling where she went, how she followed her calling, and how God unfolded miracles in the lives she touched because she was obedient and loving. It is the simplicity of the telling that allows the story to be so powerful. The drawings are authentic to the cultures in which she lives, an artistic feast that is always just right, honest, and beautiful. The story is accessible to children, but is richly satisfying to teens and adults who can enjoy it on another level altogether. It is reverent, loving, and beautiful, like the woman it honors.

5-0 out of 5 stars Carol D. Reiser Book Award 2006
This book was awarded one of the top two recognitions for 2006 by the Metro Atlanta Corporate Volunteer Council.This award honors children's books that inspire community service and volunteerism in children.

5-0 out of 5 stars Channeling Peace, Beauty and Spirit
It's not often the words "work of art" and "biography" go together in the same description.In fact I'd have to say that up until recently I was of the general opinion that children's biographies tended to be dull and uninteresting-mostly written for the purpose of providing children with the pedestrian facts they require on research assignments.Authors/ illustrators like Demi have served to change that opinion drastically.And her latest title, Mother Teresa, is a picture book biography that is also a true work of art.

Those readers who already know Demi will immediately recognize her stylistic and vividly colored illustrations in this book. Rich gold ink and brilliant scarlet make the pages come to life with a dramatically Eastern flair.Each illustrated page is a marvelous picture in its own right.Its no wonder Demi is an award-winner illustrator.She's illustrated more than 130 books for children, and her artwork appears not only in books and galleries, but also in the dome of St. Peter and Paul's church in Wilmington.I can only say that she truly brings the biography to life.This picture book account provides young and older audiences alike with the story of Mother Teresa, her mission to help the poor and her influence around the world.While the actual text is fairly brief, due to the format, it provides dates and events highlighting the turning points and important themes of Mother Teresa's life.Added to the text are prayer quotes, biblical quotes and quotes from Mother Teresa herself.These help to break up the life events, and add perspective and beauty to the book.

At the very end of the book, Demi includes a listing of what is necessary for Mother Teresa to be declared a saint as well as a list of awards and honors that she was given in her lifetime.While, as I have said, the format prevents this from being an exhaustive account, it is an excellent introduction to Mother Teresa and the life she lived.The religious and spiritual aspects of the biography are handled with grace and respect without the book becoming preachy or judgmental about how that faith is expressed. And Demi's masterful art pulls the text together to create a wonderful tribute to a woman who had such a profound influence on the world.

This book will probably be a bit complex for younger readers, unless a parent chooses to read it to them.The site recommends this book for ages 4-8, but I would amend that to closer to ages 6-12 with the added suggestion that this is a book that adults can appreciate as well.For more thorough exploration of the subject, readers may want to look for other books, but this is a good starting point.Those of you who enjoy this biography may want to look for Demi's other biographies that include such figures as Gandhi, Muhammad, and Buddha.I don't think you'll be disappointed!

Happy Reading! ^_^ Shanshad

5-0 out of 5 stars A beautiful book celebrating life!
This was such a wonderful book to read and share, her story is beautifully told and prayers are inspirational. The artwork takes you to a place that brings the emotions of her story to life. ... Read more

12. Mother Teresa (DK Biography)
by Maya Gold
Paperback: 128 Pages (2008-08-04)
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Filled with archival photographs and amazing fact boxes, this groundbreaking series introduces young readers to some of history's most interesting and influential characters.

Mother Teresa tells the story of Catholic nun Agnes Bojaxhiu, from her early work with the poor in Calcutta, to the expansion of her Missionaries of Charity, to her recognition as a saint after her death. ... Read more

13. Mother Teresa's Prescription: Finding Happiness And Peace in Service
by Paul A., M.D. Wright
Paperback: 128 Pages (2006-03-01)
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Among the hundreds of fine biographies, pictorial essays and meditation-based books about Mother Teresa of Calcutta, this book is refreshingly unique. Paul Wright, a highly successful doctor, tells the story of his life-changing, five-year friendship with this saint-in-the making. The reader encounters Mother Teresa and her prophetic message for a busy modern world through the eyes and memories of an American cardiologist who seemed to have it made. With wonderful anecdotes and personal reflections, Wright tells us how unhappy and unfulfilled he was in the midst of professional prominence and financial success. Recalling his encounters with Mother Teresa and her work in Tijuana and Calcutta, the author leads us to conclude that Mother Teresa had a prescription for happiness and peace, a universal message for all of us. She pointed Wright to the mandate issued by Jesus in Matthew 25 -- Just as you did it for one of the least of my brethren, you did it for me. Author: Paul A. Wright, M.D. Publisher: Ave Maria Press Format: Paperback, 123 pages ISBN: 9781594710728 ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Very Inspirational!
Dr. Paul Wright writes a compelling account of his time spent with Mother Teresa.Writing from his heart, Dr. Wright's feelings are transparent and his words are poignant.The hallmark of this book is how it connects with readers of all ages. I used this book with 2 small groups of women totaling 40 participants (ranging from mothers of small children, single working women and widowed great grandmothers). Through our reading and dynamic discussions, we were informed, enlightened and renewed in spirit.A perfect book indeed!

5-0 out of 5 stars This book found me!
I was visiting a local bookstore just "shelf shopping" and this little book was in the wrong place on the shelf.I picked it up, put it in my pile of books to browse in the coffee shop area and moved on down the row.

When I finally settled into my chair, I picked the book up and realized, this man lives in my very small town!Unless you live here or in an area like it, you don't understand the amazement I felt at this discovery.This was what drew me in but in is NOT what kept me and lead me to purchase the book.

Mother Teresa's Prescription:Finding Happiness And Peace in Service is a small book filled with powerful information on finding purpose in one's life.It begins with Dr Paul sharing his journey to meet and learn from Mother Teresa and ends with small chapters focusing on the virtues Mother taught him and others.These virtues, or perscriptions, when practiced bring healing to the soul.But, unlike popular self-help books (of which I ama fan) this book does more than heal YOU; if put into practice, this book will heal your community. WOW!!!

Though small and easy to read, it is not a one time read.I find myself going back over the prescriptions again and again trying to "delve deeper' into their meanings and actions.

I like it so much I've placed the book on my list of gifts to give for Christmas this year! ... Read more

14. Mother Teresa and Me Ten Years of Friendship
by Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle
Paperback: 192 Pages (2009-12-09)
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In God's Divine providence, Donna-Marie met Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and remained in contact with her for a decade, meeting and corresponding with her. This book is the story of that friendship, including personal letters from Mother Teresa, and many instances that reveal the essence of her spirit. Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle is the author of several books which have been endorsed by Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and given the prestigious honor of an apostolic blessing from Pope John Paul II. Her work can be seen in several magazines, newspapers, and on the internet at several web sites and columns. She can be heard discussing parenting issues on a regular radio show, Mom's Corner on Catholic Connection and Ave Maria Radio. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Mother Teresa's model of love
As Donna-Marie so poignantly expresses, there is something profoundly important about personal connection; and Mother Teresa is the model of this kind of love for our time.

Donna-Marie explains how she met Mother Teresa and shares glimpses of the relationship that developed.She provides excerpts from personal correspondence as well as bits of the spiritual direction she was so blessed to receive from Blessed Teresa of Calcutta.And she shares how Mother Teresa's example awakened her to a new understanding of Jesus' call to love Him in the Eucharist and in the poor- those in our families, our communities, and around the world.

Quite honestly, I couldn't put this book down.Donna-Marie's easy writing style drew me in.Sprinkled with quotes from Mother Teresa and developing Donna-Marie's own unique spiritual journey, each chapter flowed naturally in to the next.I was captivated by this personal connection with both Mother Teresa and Donna-Marie.I felt I grew spiritually from encountering Mother Teresa's model of love and self-gift, and I was grateful for Donna-Marie's humble relating of her own personal struggles and sufferings. Will be reading this over and over again!

5-0 out of 5 stars We can all be saints!
To read about Bl. Mother Teresa on such a personal level inspires me to do all I can to see Christ in everyone I meet. This frail but feisty soul taught the entire world that God will work through us to touch others; we just have to let Him. In Mother Teresa and Me, Donna-Marie gives us a peek into their private ten-year friendship so that each of us, in our own way, can continue Bl. Mother Teresa's mission of responding to Jesus' words, "I thirst." Through this inspirational and loving tribute, we find that it is in giving away our love that we, in turn, love our God.

Nancy Carabio Belanger, award-winning author of Olivia and the Little Way

5-0 out of 5 stars Brought tears to my eyes
As a catholic mom, this book really was inspirational. I read it in one day, I couldn't put it down. I really could feel the love between Mother Teresa and Donna. What a great story, how fortunate to have known a living-saint. We are so lucky to be able to see inside the relationship, and use some of it in our own lives. I was brought to tears by the end of the book. Very Very Very good, any christian would take something from this story!

5-0 out of 5 stars Even an average mom can become a saint
This book was a fabulous read during this Lenten season.This book is an easy read, yet so deep.It is a personal, up-close relationship with a Saint, Blessed Mother Teresa.Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle has a gift from God that allowed her to share Christ by sharing Mother Teresa with us-the reader.I found the longing of my heart's search for Christ's passion for our souls in reading about Donna-Marie's relationship with Mother Teresa.Donna-Marie shares intimate moments of her life with us to show us how God works in all things. She shares intimate moments of her friendship with Mother Teresa so that we can be a part of this friendship by doing everything "with Jesus, for Jesus, and toward Jesus."It is not for the "holiest" of us, it is for all who thirst. Mother Teresa's view of serving Jesus in others one person at a time has helped me realize that I don't have to be called to a third world country to help the poorest of the poor.I need to start with the people in my own home, and go from there, loving one soul at a time. Pages 153-156 are some of my favorites.
I read this book while sitting in a whirlpool for my foot during physical therapy.
Areeing with Donna-Marie, "there is no such thing as a coincidence." I shared this book with my physical therapist.It was beautiful! God is amazing!

5-0 out of 5 stars Get to Know Mother Teresa on a More Personal Level
I'm a big fan of Donna Marie, a wife, mom, author, and speaker who is committed to encouraging others to seek holiness in the context of a happy Catholic family. I've read several of her books, including her most recent release, Mother Teresa and Me: Ten Years of Friendship. This book recounts the lessons learned from a ten-year relationship with the humble nun from Calcutta who is known for serving the poorest of the poor.

I was particularly excited to crack the spine of this book because, like millions of others, I've always admired Mother Teresa and have had a special devotion to the humble nun from Calcutta since I read her book, A Simple Path, just after I'd graduated from college and was at the cusp of becoming a "real" adult.

While my devotion to Mother Teresa has been long-lived, the magnitude of her works and her life have often made her seem aloof and unreachable to me. What Donna Marie's book did for me was to make Mother Teresa real. The book includes snippets of personal correspondence with Mother Teresa as well as photographs of the saint-in-the-making with Donna Marie's children. While Donna Marie's book focused on this one pious woman, it serves as a reminder that the entire "great cloud of witnesses" in which we call saints are not impassable, holy people who are just "out there." They are people we can turn to in our struggles and in our joy for inspiration. They are people who have stumbled under the weight of their crosses just as we do. They are people who wrote letters and hugged children and asked for prayers on their behalf. They are true friends in Christ.

As is true with all of her books, Donna Marie's words encourage, inspire, and reaffirm the value of traditional motherhood. (Go, Moms!) But what sets this book apart is that it takes an intimate look into the life of a small woman who made a big difference not only in the lives of the people she served but in the world.

Donna Marie writes like I imagine she would talk - conversationally and with warmth. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and get to know Mother Teresa better with this lovely book. ... Read more

15. Love: The Words and Inspiration of Mother Teresa (Me-We)
by A Blue Mountain Arts Collection
Hardcover: 95 Pages (2007-06-01)
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LOVE: The Words and Inspiration of Mother Teresa is part of the new Me We book series from Blue Mountain Arts®. Inspired by the life and philosophy of one of the 20th century’s most remarkable humanitarians, this book combines compelling photographs of Mother Teresa with quotations from her most inspiring speeches and writings to capture the true essence of her timeless messages of peace, acceptance, and love. The book also includes an in-depth biographical essay by South African writer/novelist Mike Nicol and an introduction by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Love, by Mother Theresa
This book is another amazing book. It inspired me so much that I have just started opening a new foundation called the "Seeds of Love Foundation" Open your mind to the book, and it will open and light your heart.

Love: The Words and Inspiration of Mother Teresa (Me-We)

5-0 out of 5 stars a rare jewel
The first 20 pages is a brief summary of her life/work, then the rest of the pages are quotes by her.I like the one-quote-per-page format because it is thought provoking and inspiring, allows the reader to reflect upon and digest what you just read.
I also like the Martin Luther King "Dearm" book in this series

5-0 out of 5 stars a modern day saint/christ/buddha
She lived it!I can only hope to emulate her.A must read. ... Read more

16. All I Can Handle: I'm No Mother Teresa: A Life Raising Three Daughters with Autism
by Kim Stagliano
Hardcover: 256 Pages (2010-11-01)
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How one woman raises three daughters with autism, loses one atDisney World, stays married, has sex, bakes gluten-free, goes broke,and keeps her sense of humor."Dr. Spock? Check. Penelope Ann Leach (remember her?)?Check. What to Expect When You’re Expecting? Check. I had aseven hundred dollar Bellini crib for God’s sake! I was perfect. And sowas Mia when she was born . . ."

...and so begins Kim Stagliano’s electrifying and hilarious memoirof her family’s journey raising three daughters with autism.In these stories, Stagliano has joined the ranks of David Sedarisand Augusten Burroughs with her amazing ability to lay everythingon the table—from family, friends, and enemies to basementfloods to birthdays to (possible) heroin addictions—evisceratingand celebrating the absurd. From her love of Howard Stern toher increasing activism in the autism community and exhaustivesearch for treatments that will help her daughters, she covers it all.Always outspoken, often touching, and sometimes heartbreaking,Kim Stagliano is a powerful new voice in comedic writing—her“Kimoir” (as she calls it) will be a must-read within the autismcommunity and the literary world at large. 24 color photographs ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars LOVED it!Wish it were longer!
I couldn't put this book down!I don't get too many things done in my days, but I managed to read this in a couple of them!This book made me laugh and cry....I only wish it were longer.There are very few books related to autism that can make you chuckle.:)

5-0 out of 5 stars Honest and engaging
Real and captivating. I recommend All I Can Handle for readers seeking a book they will not want to put down, and for parents who see themselves as advocates for their children.

5-0 out of 5 stars Loved This Book!
This book is a must-read, whether or not autism directly impacts your life on a daily basis.I should rephrase that, because while I do not have a child with autism, by the time I was a quarter of the way through Kim's book, I realized that autism impacts all our lives on a daily basis, it's just not necessarily on our radar if we're not in the trenches with it every day.Kim is never didactic -- her voice is honest, off-the-cuff, and hysterically funny -- but she lays out points that shock you with their simple truth.I finished the book not only feeling like I'd made a new friend, but also awed by how much there is to be done -- and how much CAN be done -- both to better protect kids from autism, and to help those who are already affected.I will read this book over and over again, and would recommend it to absolutely anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must-read for ALL parents!
Kim Stagliano tells a heart-warming (and heart-wrenching) tale about life with three daughters with autism (yes, three!) With each new page, her story swerves between hilarity and pain. It's a book you won't be able to turn away from, and shouldn't. Buy it, read it, then gift a copy (or two) to your friends and fellow parents, including those who don't have children on the autism spectrum.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love It!
Wow. What a refreshing book. First sentence, "NOT ANOTHER BOOK ABOUT AUTISM." Hahaha...it is, and a darn good one too. I need to keep the humor around here. As the mom of a four year old with autism, I relate to the book and stories in so many ways. Kim, you are a talented writer, great book. ... Read more

17. Mother Teresa
by Navin Chawla
 Paperback: 239 Pages (1998-02)
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Asin: 1862042225
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Inspiring and authentic, this book reflects the profound effect Mother Teresa has had on the world at every level. Filled with letters from Mother Teresa to all her sisters, plus anecdotes that describe everything from her peace-making efforts with heads of state to her prayers for a dying child, this wonderful book reveals a life exemplified by inspiration, humility and grace. 16 pages of photos $30,000 marketing .Amazon.com Review
First published in Great Britain in 1992, thisbiography--"hagiography" is a more appropriate term--includes manyletters and rare photographs which provide a graphic and moving portrait ofthe Albanian nun whose work among the poorest of the poor in Calcutta hasearned her worldwide acclaim, along with the Nobel Peace Prize. The orderfounded by Mother Teresa, the Missionaries of Charity, now operates 456centers in more than 100 countries, feeding half a million families eachyear. The book does not probe Mother Teresa's theology or question theorder's priorities, but it does provide a full account of this remarkablewoman's devotion. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars One Will Embark On A Personal Journey When Reading This book
I bought this book in 1997 and over the years (this review was entered in Nov 2008), I have skimmed the chapters for a read (now and then). It wasn't until recently that I read the chapter about "Co-Workers" from end to end. Perhaps I was suppose to read this chapter at this point of my life - only God knows. The simple wisdom of this Christ centered woman was extremely inspiring. It was through this chapter that one was given insight into the thinking process of Mother Theresa - evidently molded by her faith. I highly recommend this book.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you want to become a better person read this book
I am not a brilliant reviewer, and probably don't have anything scholarly or outstanding to say about this book. I don't know if saying that I know it has and will change my life is the truth and I hope that is enough to make you want to read this book.
I was home sick with the flu. Getting out of bed was a task seeminly unaccomplishable. I had this book in my pile to be donated to the library. I was struck to read it, although it had been too long in the donation pile I had never been struck to read it before.
"The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions". Confucious (551-479). This quote, no, is not in the book but makes me think of Mother Teresa. This book, Written by a dear friend of hers in such an easily readable style, we are not bombarded by profound literary thought, or brilliant quotes, but the true to life story of a living saint. I had always known Mother Teresa was a wonderful person, but I did not know what a miracle worker this woman was! This Godly woman set foot with three saris a few pennies into the slums of India, hoping to give love and hope where none existed. With no money, little education and having left the security of the confines of the Convent where she did her missionary work for years in India as teacher and Principle of a school for both Young Nuns and the poor children of India. I believe the year was 1942 that Mother Teresa had a vision that she was to go amongst the poor and serve them in the streets where it is needed most. With much meditation and consultation with her spiritual advisor father van exem it took much time for her dream to come to realization. She wanted to remain faithful to her catholic faith and not be seen as a "secular" that had abandoned her role as Mother. Years later with nothing more than three Saris and pennies she was on her way into the streets. She was offered money by the Catholic Church, but refused all, saying that God would be her provider. And God was.
This is a European woman that stepped out into the poorest of the poor streets of India with no money, no home and no guarantees. She has been ridiculed, starved had stones thrown at her been threatened and persecuted. Rejected and lacking in support from the Catholic Church. This is a woman who started her first school in India with a twig that she drew out the Bengali alphabet in under a tree. She didn'tbelieve in saving, as she always believed that God would provide. She never asked for donations, but sometimes would resort to begging as the poor did. Never for herself always for others. The amazement of this woman was that she did it all on faith. today there are homes created by mother Theresa in over 130 countries including the U.S. Her Missionary Services called Missionaries of Charity continues to grow even after her death. There are Sisters and Brothers that serve and have all taken the poverty vow.They live exactly like the poor. No possesions, sometimes starving and always depending on God. I cried the whole time I read the book, because it became so evident to me how one humble little heart could change the world. She always refered to herself as a mere instrument of God and all the work was done by God. This amazing woman has services that take care of almost every need. no one is left out. From the dying, the homeless, leprosy victims, to drug and alcohol rehab services. Everything created without a bank account. This amazing book changed me. I hope it will change all.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Moving Account of her Life and Work.
Here is an authoritative account of the inspiring life and extraordinary achievements of that frail and ordinary looking little woman named Mother Teresa, written by a friend and admirer from India, who does not even share her faith. Navin Chawla is a senior civil servant working with the government of India, who came into contact with Mother Teresa and was inspired by her to take up the cause of those affected by leprosy, about which he has written another book. This book is the fruit of his hard labor of five years which consisted of various personal conversations with his subject herself and numerous visits to the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta and elsewhere. He traveled to different continents to visit the innumerable friends and helpers of Mother Teresa in order to gather direct information. He had access to the various letters, records and documents of the Missionaries of Charity through one of the senior members of the congregation specially designated for the purpose by the Mother herself.

He narrates the story of this Catholic nun and Nobel Prize winner with great sensitivity and intuitiveness, never idealizing his subject nor belittling her magnificence. He manifests a clear grasp of the details of the government of the Church and the faith of Mother Teresa though as a Hindu these were foreign to him. He focuses very much on the work of the Mother in order to describe her personality and convictions thereby heeding to her repeated calls "write about the work". The distressing recollections of the children in the Shishu Bhawan, like those of Bapi and Dadda, the tales of woe heard from Balu, Jehangir and many others at the Leprosy Centre and the poignant glimpses of the dying men and women at Kalighat are indeed moving. Mr. Chawla writes with ease and elegance, required for the biography of a person of her stature, intending it for an international audience. This is the best biography of hers written by an Indian who knew her well personally.

5-0 out of 5 stars Portrait of a Remarkable Life
What makes this hagiography stand out from the many other profiles ofMother Teresa is Navin Chawla's unprecedented access to the Saint of theGutters.In addition to knowing Mother Teresa for over twenty years, sheasked her sisters, associates, and volunteers to cooperate with him incompiling her life story.As a result, readers are privy to MotherTeresa's private one on one meeting with Queen Elizabeth, her phone callfrom Sadam Hussain, and a hodgepodge of other historical tidbits thatprovide nearly unfathomable contrasts.

Like any accurate biography ofMother Teresa, the book discusses her tremendous respect for non-Christianreligions.One of her lifelong goals was to make people better at theirreligion-better Buddhists, better Muslims, better Jews, or betterChristians. The author subtly portrays that as just one of the many ironiesto Mother Teresa.With the possible exception of the Pope, nobody stood asa more widely know avatar of the Catholic Church; yet, millions of thepeople she aided were not Christians.An unflinching defender of Catholicdogma, she unquestionably reached out to those whose problems were thedirect result of what she considered sinful behavior.From the manyhospices she established to care for AIDS victims to the Missionaries ofCharity's loving worldwide support for unwed mothers, Mother Teresa'sdevotion knew no bounds.

With its publication about five years before herdeath, Navin has produced a felicitous tribute to a woman whoseeleemosynary life will serve as an inspiring example for the remainder ofhumanity's existence.

5-0 out of 5 stars Insightful, authentic, and native view of Mother Teresa
If, like Goldilocks in the children's fable, you're looking for the book about Mother Teresa that is "just right", you found it.If you want to buy only one book, the one that will give you the true to life picture of the physically diminutive and otherwise bigger than life nun, Chawla's biography is for you.

Authors too close to the subject give unnecessary details that distract from the main points.Such is the case in "Mother Teresa, Her Life, Her Work Her Message".But that book, written by a Missionary of Charity Co-Worker, redeems itself with valuable anecdotes and useful explanations.

Authors too distant from the subject see Mother Teresa mainly in her administrative actions and miss the powerful personal charisma, the driving force. Kathryn Spink's complete authorized biography, "Mother Teresa", falls on that end of the scale.It includes a complete appendix listing the place and date of opening of every Missionary of Charity Foundation outside of India, plus Mother's unabridged acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize. The exhaustive research makes Spink's work an essential resource for the seriousinvestigator of Mother Teresa's work, but not necessarily the book to introduce you to Mother Teresa, the person.

The source that is just right is the author who has a native understanding of India, coupled with a professional knowledge of the many factors required to work with lepers.Add the objectivity of someone not Catholic, but with an inquiring mind and a university education and you have Navin Chawla. Chawla spent five years preparing this work, making sure he understood the inner person, and then delivering his insights. For example, from the Prologue "As a Hindu, it took me longer than most to understand that Mother Teresa is with Christ each concious hour, whether at Mass or with each of those to whom she tends.It is not a different Christ on her crucifix and a different one which lies dying at Kalighat....For Mother Teresa, to love one's ! neighbor is to love God....This is what is essential to her..."

Chawla's book is powerful because his understanding is powerful.He takes nothing for granted.He focuses on the heart of the matter before him: how to explain this unique individual.The complexity of roles that Mother Teresa mastered are all in Chawla's book.He presents the Teresa that stands up to angry mobs, cajoles resources out of ministers of state, bandages lepers, rules an order numbering thousands of young women, croons a song to an orphan, and much more. How does she do this and maintain integrity with her mission, fidelity to her doctrine and obedience to her religious advisors? What is different about this particular nun?These are some of the questions anyone hoping to write about Mother Teresa must answer.Chawla, the "just right" biographer, gives answers that are neither analytical and dry, nor sentimental and trivial.He carefully balances interviews, research, andhis personal experiences with Mother Teresa.The result is a picture of Mother Teresa that is both informative and compelling.

A biography must make me smile, and feel along with the writer. It must make me involved enough in the subject to be there, or it's only a reference book.

Mother Teresa never took time to read anything written about her.I have a feeling that, if she had, Mother Teresa may have preferred this book, written by one from her adopted country. Written by one who, like herself, had an interest in helping lepers.

But that is just my personal guess.Read it and see if you think so too. ... Read more

18. Works of Love Are Works of Peace: Mother Teresa of Calcutta and the Missionaries of Charity
by Michael Collopy, Mother Teresa
Hardcover: 224 Pages (1996-10)
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This is the most comprehensive photographic documentation of the apostolic work and prayer life of the Missionaries of Charity yet published. This illustrated prayer book portrays the peace and joy that can come when "small things" are done with great love. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Photography tells the story of Mother Teresa.
I am a photography major at Purdue University.I have the book and believe that Michael Collopy is a brilliant photographer.If there isanyone out there who knows how I can get in touch with him, please let meknow.I want to do a report on him for one of my classes.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Love of Mother Theresa and the Sisters of Charity
This book shows the life of what the sisters of charity do and it is excellent. I say the pictures here touch your heart. Seeing all these pictures of the lives of the Sisters of Charity and Mother Theresa aregreat. Looking at what they do is more touching that just hearing it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unforgettable photography
This is an assemblege of photography of Mother Teresa and her nuns doing their work in various locations around the world.Picture speak a thousand words, and this book gives a true sense of the daily works they do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Collopy's photographs project Mother Teresa's loving vision.
Collopy's volume on Mother Teresa is a spiritual journey even for theatheist. The compassion, humility and love that was Mother Teresa and liveson in the work of her Sisters is caringly portrayed in Michael Collopy'sbook. You see a rare side of Mother Teresa whose warm smile could light upa room. Collopy adds a tremendous dimension with his own recollections ofspeciifc instances noted in his photogrpahs. His own spiritual depth andthe impact that Mother Teresa had on his life is apparent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Collopy's photographs project Mother Teresa's loving vision.
Collopy's volume on Mother Teresa is a spiritual journey even for theatheist. The compassion, humility and love that was Mother Teresa and liveson in the work of her Sisters is caringly portrayed in Michael Collopy'sbook. You see a rare side of Mother Teresa whose warm smile could light upa room. Collopy adds a tremendous dimension with his own recollections ofspeciifc instances noted in his photogrpahs. His own spiritual depth andthe impact that Mother Teresa had on his life is apparent. ... Read more

by Raja Sharma
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"I once picked up a woman from a garbage dump and she was burning with fever; she was in her last days and her only lament was: -My son did this to me.- I begged her: You must forgive your son. In a moment of madness, when he was not himself, he did a thing he regrets. Be a mother to him, forgive him. It took me a long time to make her say: -I forgive my son.- Just before she died in my arms, she was able to say that with a real forgiveness. She was not concerned that she was dying. The breaking of the heart was that her son did not want her. This is something you and I can understand." ... Read more

20. Mother Teresa (Pull Ahead Books Biographies)
by Robin Nelson
Paperback: 32 Pages (2007-01)
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