Sainthood for Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa is soon going to be declared a “Saint” by the Vatican. The process, called ‘Canonization’, needs evidence of miracles performed by the deceased person. As far as it is known, Mother Teresa had two miracles where one woman with abdominal tumor and a Priest with kidney stone got cured. Both events took place in India. Mother Teresa spent her life with her ‘Missionaries of Charity’ in Indian state of West Bengal. Calcutta is most probably better known. It’s the capital of West Bengal. Evidences of miracles are a bit hard when it goes to official judgement. Every one of us experiences or even performs miracles someway sometime in life. It’s a positive event that solves/cures a problem or disease or anything that causes sufferings, which in a normal day life seems to be unresolved. Mother Teresa had spent over 40 years serving poor, sick, orphaned and dying in Calcutta. It’s already a miracle. How many of us can do that. It’s a very special and fine level of human development.  Her words, if not mentioned will keep this post incomplete, are “Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person.” She did it. Now we should follow it.

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