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  • 1. GROUP MEMBERSH. M. Suresh 2009/S/ 11827 S10334D. G. S. Wijayasuriya 2009/S/11631 S10116A.W.M.D.Ariyarathne 2009/S/11463 S10230A. P. P. Asanka 2009/S/11464 S10122N. H. M. J. C. Peiris 2009/S/11572 S10155
  • 2. A woman who hasdedicated her life tohelping the poor, the sick,and the dying around theworld
  • 3. MOTHER TERESAPeacemaker, Pioneer,Legend
  • 4. ABOUTMOTHERTERESA
  • 5.  Born in Skopje, Macedonia in1910 Attended the Institute of theBlessed Virgin Mary On May 24, 1931, she tookher initial vows as a nun In 1948 she receivedpermission from hersuperiors to leave theconvent school and devoteherself to working amongthe poorest of the poor in theslums of Calcutta Started to work in the“Missionaries of Charity”
  • 6. VISION OFMOTHERTERESA
  • 7. To feed the hungry andcare for the dying andthereby bringing theGospel of Jesus and hislove to the poor
  • 8. “I can do things you cannot,you can do things I cannot,together we can do greatthings…..”-Mother Theresa
  • 9. SWOTSTRENGTHSWEAKNESSOPPORTUNITIESTHREATS
  • 10. STRENGTHS Ability to effectively handle the physical world Capable of managing practical affairs For her the bottom line was practicality Theories meant little to Mother Theresa Strong urge to be useful and productive Patience
  • 11. WEAKNESSES Ability to analyze herself in an objective way Did not readily adapt to new ideas or people Tend to distrust people who communicate freely Trouble dealing with emotions
  • 12. OPPORTUNITIES Opportunity to train in Dublin after she joined‘Sisters of Loreto’ To teach at St. Marys High School in Calcutta, from1931 to 1948 She was joined by voluntary helpers, and financialsupport was also forthcoming Theresa received Vatican permission on 7 October1950 to start the diocesan congregation that wouldbecome the Missionaries of Charity With the help of Indian officials she converted anabandoned Hindu temple into the Kalighat home forthe dying, a free hospice for the poor
  • 13. THREATS Had no income and had to resort to begging for foodand supplies Experienced doubt and loneliness The temptation to return to the comfort of conventlife during her early career She suffered a heart attack in Rome in 1983, whilevisiting Pope John Paul After a second attack in 1989, she received anartificial pacemaker Broke her collar bone and suffered from malaria alsofor a long time
  • 14. “By blood, I am Albanian.By citizenship, an Indian.By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As tomy calling,I belong to the world.As to my heart, I belong entirely to theHeart of Jesus….”-Mother Theresa
  • 15. SERVICES ANDACHIEVEMENTS
  • 16. SERVICES Helped the poor destitute, sick, orphaned, and dyingchildren and people Taught at St. Mary’s High School, Calcutta from 1931to 1948 Started an open-air school for slum children inCalcutta Opened the first AIDS clinic in the United States Ran orphanages and places for old crippled peoplewho were the "unwanted" of society
  • 17. ACHIEVEMENTS Started Missionaries of Charity in 1950 In 1962 won the Pandra Shri prize for "extraordinaryservices." Received the Pope John XXIII Peace Prize in 1971 In 1979 received the Nobel Peace Prize Received an award called the John F. KennedyInternational Award Received the Templeton Award for progress inreligion Also received the Jawaharlal Nehru Award Won about 126 awards in her lifetime
  • 18. LESSONS TO BETAKEN
  • 19. Risk taking and bending rules for the goodPracticabilityBeginning so simpleDedicated to workNot giving up
  • 20. SUGGESTIONSFROM US……
  • 21.  Should not have been so much emotional whendealing with sick and poor Should have trusted people a bit more whocommunicated freely Should have been more flexible with rapidly changingideas
  • 22. WHY WECHOSE HER
  • 23.  A great humanitarian A symbol of the greatest characteristics ever,patience, loyalty, humbleness A role model of selflessness
  • 24. THANK YOU

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