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Mother Teresa’s Speech


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Mother Teresa understood something special about God’s love for each one born in His image.
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I just read the most wonderful speech! Mother Teresa, the famous missionary to the sick and dying of Calcutta, India spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast before President Clinton and American political figures in 1994.
That was the year that I graduated from High School, and I was in a kind of haze from all of the pot that I was smoking, so I don’t think I knew much of what was going on in that hall at the time. But, I do remember hearing something about how this little, old woman got up in front of this liberal government and spoke of the evils of abortion! Some might have interpreted such an act as biting the hand that feeds you (since she was there for breakfast) but, Mother Teresa knows the One who feeds her, and thankfully it’s not the white house!
Anyway, this isn’t just a voice against abortion. It’s a strong shout for a social policy that reflects God’s heart, and one that starts in the hearts of individuals and spreads throughout a nation. Please check it out:
Mother Teresa’s speach.

One Response to “Mother Teresa’s Speech”

  1. Jessica
    July 14th, 2006 10:43

    thanks for drawing my attention to this speech. a very powerful speech on love in action. as always with resonating words, my hope is that this speech would not just remain words, but make a difference in the world, just like one little woman from india did. we do need so very much voices that are willing to speak out and do something that will make a difference in social policy and justice. it was a challenge as well as a delight to read.

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