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Profound joy of the heart is like a magnet that indicates the path of life.
I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.
When Mother Teresa received the Nobel Prize, she was asked, "What can we do to promote world peace?" She answered "Go home and love your family.
Mother Teresa, the nun who in the last century dedicated her long life to helping the poor, is now a saint.
Henri Nouwen once asked Mother Teresa for spiritual direction. Spend one hour each day in adoration of your Lord, she said, and never do anything you know is wrong. Follow this and you'll be fine.
Mother Teresa had a mustache. Hitler had a mustache. Mother Teresa is Hitler.
Mother Teresa, you could say many things about her, but certainly you would not say she was macho. Anything but.
Mother Teresa was the very embodiment of saintliness: white-clad, sad-eyed, ascetic and often photographed with the wretched of the earth.
Mother Teresa once said, "Holy living consists in doing God's work with a smile." ... The last thing many believers need is to go to another Bible study.
For every Mother Teresa, there's a Jeffrey Dahmer.
Mother Teresa was asked what was the meaning of life, and she said to help other people, and I thought, 'What a strange thing to say' - but maybe it's the right thing to say.
Everything everyone thinks they know about [Mother Teresa] is false. It must be the single most successful emotional con job of the twentieth century.
Only a handful of individuals in human history can be truly hailed as Christians, such as Tolstoy, Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Rumi, Martin Luther King Jr. and a few others.
God wants to use you as a divine show room, where the poor, the wearied and the depressed will find comfort and recreation! You got to be kind. It's a sign that you have conquered greed!
Mother Teresa said that she couldn't imagine doing her work for more than thirty minutes without prayer. Do you and I have work that we can't imagine doing for thirty minutes without prayer?
We are, or rather our natural desire to evade pain and to attain pleasure is, the primary reason we do or say every single thing we do or say.
When you look at Van Gogh, Jesus, Buddha, Mother Teresa from a "fiscal" perspective, they were homeless. When you look at them from a humanityperspective, they were priceless.
It is humanly impossible to be selfless. As a matter of fact, human beings are inherently selfish.
No single bad person regards themselves as a bad person.
Every single good person is a good person for their own sake, not for the sake of humanity, not even for the sake of another human being.
The pleasure or the benefit that the object of our deed derives from it is every now and then greater or even more important than the one we derive from the deed.
The only thing I hate about good people is that they like making their being good people bad people’s problem.
Females and boys are the only creatures that propose others for friendship. As for the rest of us, friendship sort of just happens.
Some of our friends are our friends only because we used to be friends.
In some rare cases, a friendship between two people benefits both of them, and what’s more, in some rarer cases, it benefits both of them equally.
*Prostitution* is a euphemism for rape incidents that the victim and the economy profits from.
In some cases, it is the woman’s stomach—not her heart—that has left her man for another.
In many cases, it was the woman’s stomach—not her heart—that fell for her man.