Mother Teresa’s Cause of Love

“Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.”Mother Teresa

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2 thoughts on “Mother Teresa’s Cause of Love

  1. Thank you for sharing this beautifully wonderful quote. It reminds me of why I give to others and really want to help humanity. It is a wonderful reminder to those who are kind, generous and supporting world-wide causes to help all walks of live. Kudos – to those who are doing something about the world’s poverity, acting out saving lives and making lives more bearable and liveable – even helping others dreams come true.

    Heath 🙂

  2. Does who hunger are likely to disagree. Mother Teresa obviously had many contacts with the hungry, and is likely to have hungered herself on occasion, but I suspect that the above statement is an oversimplification that does not consider hierarchies of needs as suggested by e.g. Maslow.

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