Mahatma Gandhi & Mother Teresa

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (pronounced: ; 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British ruled India. Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu (26 August 1910 - 5 September 1997), more commonly known as Mother Teresa, was a Roman Catholic nun of Albanian ethnicity and Indian citizenship, who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India, in 1950. For over 45 years, she ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity's expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries. 5.0/5

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David Koresh, Jim Jones, Joseph Smith, Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Teresa all had a burden for souls.
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The pic on the left: Mother Teresa. The pic on the right: Mahatma Gandhi. Just so you know.
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Fact: Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Bhagat Singh never owned Apple products. Deduction: You dont need iPhone to beco…
Look at people who discovered a cause that they gave their lives over to, people such as Benjamin Franklin, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein and Nelson Mandela. They connected with some kind of a crusade that they decided their lives would represent. This engaged their hearts. This made them emotionally charged up about what they were doing. And once we can develop some emotional engagement around a pursuit, rather than simply an intellectual engagement, the excitement flows and the energy explodes.
If you've not heard of him, Thich Nhat Hanh, or "Thay" is revered by many and as one of the few remaining high-profile pacifists and activists for peace. Now that he's in a coma and close to passing, I have to wonder who will continue in the footsteps of people like Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama, Martin Luther King Jr., and Mahatma Gandhi. Is it just me, or is unconditional peace and compassion going out of style?
"Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without." - Buddha "There is no path to peace. Peace is the path." - Mahatma Gandhi "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." - Jimi Hendrix "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King "We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves." - Dalai Lama "I want to see peace dancing in the heart of every human being." - Prem Rawat "If we have not peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other." - Mother Teresa "Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding." - Albert Einstein "Your every thought, feeling, perception, spoken word, and performed action reverberates into the universe." - Baba Muktananda "Peace is not an absence of war. It is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition for benevolence, confidence, and justice." - Baruch Spinoza "We shall find peace. We shal ...
I'm inspired by people like Mother Teresa, Heidi Baker, Mahatma Gandhi, etc. Because of the WISDOM inside them...
Invited at Youth Conclave - 2014 @ Achariya,engineering College, Pondicherry. Great Indian Leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda, Mother Teresa & Dr.APJ Abdul Kalamji Dreamt about Youth bringing the change & also spoken at many conferences and meeting. If not immediately but definitely youth will bring the change, which the great leaders wish to see. Shri.V.Ponraj Sir Chief Guest of the Conference Inspired the students with his motivating speech as always. Jai Hind !! kAbdul Ghani , Social activist
This video series which include quotes by Mother Teresa, Little Watson, Margaret Wheatley, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Anne Frank, Dorothy Day, and Mahatma Gandhi was brought to you by the Global Volunteer Network which provides inspiring volunteer experiences abroad.
This morning on the show: what unique kind of chutzpah does it take for Jim Oberweis to criticize opponent *** Durbin for being a "millionaire career politician"? We'll talk about it this morning, We may also revisit the issue of video gaming in Springfield, and try to figure out if Cliven Bundy is more like Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, or Rosa Parks. Plus Krista Lisser of the Central Illinois Foodbank joins us live after 8 this morning about a challenge that can make your donation go much farther. Listen live 6-9am on 970 WMAY or streaming at wmay.com; call in at 629-7970; and/or comment here.
this guy is my Mahatma Gandhi, my Mother Teresa, my Aung San Suu Kyi, you get the point
Ended up with a list of heroes who's lives I want to commit to memory. Leonardo da Vinci, Joan of Arc, Aleister Crowley, Grigori Rasputin, Alexander III of Macedon, Bartholomew Roberts, Jesus of Nazareth, Anton Szandor LaVey, Nikola Tesla, Oscar Wilde, Martin Luther King Jr, Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, & Gautama Buddha... With such a long list of dynamic personalities, I'll need several lifetimes to learn all of the lessons they left behind. I'm humbled by it's enormity, and honored that it's occurred to me to undertake it.
Beautiful face will certainly wrinkle, beautiful heart will never wrinkle. In the stories of Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, beautiful heart even shine forever
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Today's Daily Word is dedicated to building your legacy! A legacy is something that is received from someone who has died! The dictionary says it can be property or money but we all know that in most cases those leave very little value! When we speak of legacy, we speak of what has been done in a lifetime that lives on past that person's death! When you think of Martin Luther King and his dream of equality and the mark he left in the world, or when you think of Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Malcolm X, and as of recent, Nelson Mandela... These are all souls who were selfless and lived a life of service and vowed to leave the world better than how they found it! When you think about your life. What legacy will you leave? When it is all said and done, how will you be remembered? Are you going to continue to only think about yourself and live a life that will be over after the obituary? Or are you going to maximize your God-given talents to leave a mark in the world that will never be forgotten? I don't care ...
Did you know? A study done on 300 world-wide leaders, including Franklin D.Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Clara Barton, Helen Keller, Mahatma Gandhi,Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King,Jr. revealed that twenty- five percent of them had serious physical handicaps and fifty percent had been mistreated in their childhood or grown up in poverty ( Zig Ziglar, What I learn on my way to the top? The lesson we should learn here is that what finally determines the level of success or failure is not what happens around us, but the way we respond to what happens around us.
“I can’t.” In the words of Henry Ford, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.” And this is a good thing too. It means you are in control. Alternative: “I can and I am, starting now.” – Remember that it’s all in the mind. If Helen Keller, Mahatma Gandhi, Beethoven, Thomas Edison, Mother Teresa, Michael Phelps and countless others through the course of history could do it, why can’t you? The answer is: You can if you are willing to put forth the time and effort to grow beyond the barriers that stand in front of you.
" Unfortunately, we have allowed our people to be taught history by the CNN, the BBC and other Western media. And the Western media would always tell every story from their perspectives, and not ours. Our people know how George Washington fought the British for America’s independence but don’t know how Azikiwe fought the British for Nigeria’s independence. We know how Mahatma Gandhi or Mother Teresa lived for the downtrodden of India but do not know how Tai Solarin, Mallam Aminu Kano or Chief Gani Fawehinmi lived and fought for the downtrodden, or the Talakawas, of Nigeria." Azuka Onwuka Punch Newspapers 11-12-2013
Did America flag fly at half-mast for death of Margaret Thatcher? President Obama did not order the flag flown at half staff for the death of Margaret Thatcher, did not attend her funeral, and did not send any high level officials to represent the United States. Unlike the current death of Nelson Mandela. As for Mandela, my feelings are mixed. The media would like to have you believe he was comparable to Mother Teresa or Mahatma Gandhi. Mandela did not invent goodness, and to misrepresent where goodness comes from is the definition of evil as Augustine understood it when people place themselves over God. He was in jail due to his terrorism, and he was offered release repeatedly IF he publicly renounced terrorism, which he would not do. Understanding this, his speeches now sound very misleading to me, like he's trying to pull the wool over the eyes of the people and misdirect them. Sounds like the leader of our country today. The Iron Lady needs no representation in this discussion. It's easy to see which ...
Our solitary boast “THE ICONIC spiritual leaders of our time took decades of struggle and growth before they were formed into the universally recognized symbols that we know and love”, writes Ambassador Akbar Ahmed. He chairs Islamic Studies at American University in Washington DC. “Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Nelson Mandela are universally recognized examples.” the jump:
In these days following Nelson Mandela's death many will try to rewrite his history or better yet reshape it. It's not the first time it has happened nor will it be the last when it comes to our leaders, our heroes, our icons. It has been done to Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Medgar Evers, Marcus Garvey, Mahatma Gandhi, Rosa Parks, Leonard Peltier, even Mother Teresa. They will label Mandela a communist & a terrorist because he refused to denounce controversial leaders like Fidel Castro or Moammar Gaddafi or once aligned with the armed wing of the ANC that advocated violence to overthrow the apartheid regime of South Africa. Any student of history knows that sometimes in order to force change like the legislated regulation of racial segregation (APARTHEID) in South Africa there's the possibility for violence. How is Mandela any different than those who fought in the American Civil War like John Jacob Astor, Ulysses S. Grant or William Sherman? Why isn't history labelling them terrorists? Nelson Mandela . ...
We where the lucky ones cause we got to know and live in a world with Great leaders walking, people that made a difference in the world. Their legacies will be remembered for centuries to come. They paved paths with words and wisdom , their walk towards greatness was hard but they made it. Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Delai Lama, Che Guevara, Martin L. King, Mallkom X , Yasir Arafat and Nelson Mandela. I do not know if coming generations will have the same luck of witnessing such greatness. (Sometimes, it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom) Nelson Mandela
This is about Nelson Mandela's time in prison. ‘The 27 years were absolutely crucial in his spiritual development. The suffering was the crucible that removed considerable dross, giving him empathy for his opponents. It helped to ennoble him, imbuing him with magnanimity difficult to gain in other ways. It gave him an authority and credibility that otherwise would have been difficult to attain. No one could challenge his credentials. He had proved his commitment and selflessness through what he had undergone. He had the authority and attractiveness that accompany vicarious suffering on behalf of others – as with Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa and the Dalai Lama.’ (Tutu)
After 5000 years won't Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela & Mother Teresa and few others be depicted as "God" like Ram, Krishna & Jesus?!
I stood less than 300 feet from Nelson Mandela (Madiba) in the lobby of the Wyndham Hotel in 1991. Madiba is statesman for South Africa, a Politician for the people, and a Citizen of the world. We will never in this life see another. He joins a short list of a world citizens who have done more to advance the cause of justice and human dignity without regard for personal recognition; Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela. Matiba walked into heaven doing the most earthly good. A great example for all humankind. Rest in peace Madiba!
Jesus Christ, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther, Mother Teresa, Abraham Lincoln, Marcus Garvey, Patrice Lumumba,Tom Mboya, Wangari Maathai..etc...are all remembered not because of their AFFLUENCE, but because of their INFLUENCE. Ponder that.
The order was established by Rajendra Prasad, President of India, on 2 January 1955. The original statutes of January 1954 did not make allowance for posthumous awards (and this perhaps explains why the decoration was never awarded to Mahatma Gandhi), though this provision was added in the January 1966 statute. Subsequently, there have been twelve posthumous awards, including the award to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in 1992, which was later withdrawn due to a legal technicality, the only case of an award being withdrawn. The award was briefly suspended from 13 July 1977 to 26 January 1980. There is no formal provision that recipients of the Bharat Ratna should be Indian citizens. Bharat Ratna has been one award to a naturalised Indian citizen, Mother Teresa (1980), and to two non-Indians, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (1987) and Nelson Mandela (1990).
Over the last one month, given the hullaballoo over Sachin Tendulkar's retirement, I am only reminded of the eternal value of the Wachowski brothers' Matrix! Red pill vs. blue pill...when I see even the so-called, self-professed "thinking" ones singing paeans to a sportsperson, who, by the way, had nothing in common with Mahatma Gandhi or Nelson Mandela or Mother Teresa or Martin Luther King Jr in terms of sacrifice... How more pathetic can the Indian citizen become?
“The ’60s were a leap in human consciousness. Mahatma Gandhi, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Che Guevara, Mother Teresa, they led a revolution of conscience. The Beatles, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix created revolution and evolution themes. The music was like Dalí, with many colors and revolutionary ways. The youth of today must go there to find themselves.”
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We are happy to inform you that the Mother Teresa Interfaith meeting will be held this year on Sunday, November 17, 2013 at 2 pm at the Christ the King Church (260 Richardson Road) Mt Roskill in Auckland. His Highness Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ali ,(Prince of Arcot, Chennai, India) will be the Guest Speaker. The Mother Teresa Centennial Committee was established in 2010 to commemorate the centenary of Mother Teresa and was renamed as ‘The Mother Teresa Interfaith Committee,’ which comprises representatives of most religions and faiths. It is a non-political and not-for-profit organisation. Rt. Hon Sir Anand Satyanand, who was then Governor- General, was the Guest Speaker at the Celebration held on November 7, 2010. More than 800 men and women attended the programme. In 2011 His Excellency Adm. (Retd) Sureesh Mehta then Indian High Commissioner to NZ was the Chief Guest. Last year we had Hon Gopalkrishna Gandhi, former Governor of the Indian State of West Bengal and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and C Rajago . ...
Don't think any person like normal person, treat him/she like waste person den only he/she will become great person like Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Abraham Lincoln.Now India need dis type of persons.
From Rev. Carol's sermon last Sunday: " 'For all the saints who from their labors rest.we feebly struggle, they in glory shine. Yet all are one in thee for all are thine. Alleluia. Alleluia!' This hymn sums up All Saints' Day. All of us who seek do do the will of God are saints, past, present, and future. Saints are not just the big names - St. Paul, or St. Stephen, or even more current people like Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Mother Teresa. All of us ordinary folks are saints as well because we are made in the image of God and filled with God's Holy Spirit. We become one with Christ as Christ becomes one with us. That is what makes us saints - who we belong to and whose we are."
Martin Luther King Jr had a dream, Mahatma Gandhi had a peaceful mind, Mother Teresa gave from her heart; and they all expressed through the same undivided consciousness. The undivided consciousness of oneness, has the power to make dreams come true, crumble empires, and wholeheartedly touch lives worldwide. It's the awakening to the undivided consciousness in which life is miraculously transformed. ~ Nick Powiull (Founder of Conscious Flex)
Did you know? that only twelve women have received the Nobel Peace Prize: Bertha von Suttner (1905), Jane Addams (1931), Emily Greene Balch (1946), Mairead Corrigan (1977), Betty Williams (1977), Mother Teresa (1979), Alva Myrdal (1982), Aung San Suu Kyi (1991), Rigoberta Menchú Tum (1992), Jody Williams (1997), Shirin Ebadi (2003), and Wangari Maathai (2004). that the oldest Peace Prize Laureate ever is Joseph Rotblat, who received the Prize in 1995 at the age of 87, while the youngest of all time is Tawakkol Karman, who was 32 the year she received the Prize. that the USA is the country that has produced most winners of the Nobel Peace Prize, 21 individual Laureates in all from 1901 to 2011, followed by France (9) and Great Britain (7). that the great Indian advocate of non-violence Mahatma Gandhi was never awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. that many famous statesmen and national leaders have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize without receiving it, including Tsar Nicholas II, Emperor Haile Selassie, ...
1. Mahatma Gandhi had become the spokesman for the conscience of mankind, a man who made humility and simple truth more powerful than empires. -- General George C. Marshall   2. Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth. - Albert Einstein   3. I may be blinded by my love for him. But I believe, when we most needed it, he offered the world a way out of madness. But he doesn't see it. Neither does the world. - Mirabehn, Gandhi's close associate   4. They used us as an excuse to go mad and blamed it on us. Gandhi says create and preserve the image of your choice. The image of my choice is not Beatle George - those who want that can go and see Wings. Why live in the past? Be here now. - George Harrison   5. I'd like to believe there's a little of Hitler and Napoleon in me. Even if I try, I can't be as selfless as Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Teresa. - Shah Rukh Khan   6. If humanity is to progress, Gandhi is inescapable. He lived, thought, ...
Jim Lampley's call in the twelfth round of vs Ike Quartey could've made fans out of Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Teresa
Looking back over our rich history, there is a wealth of great leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King, Nelsen Mandela, Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Sir Whinstone Churchill, Malcolm X, JFK, and Mother Teresa. None of these giants of history spent their lives dedicated to building iconic structures in the physical. Instead their lives continue to be a great inspiration to the generations that follow of what can be achieved when our lives are dedicated to the welfare of others. Some of these iconic figures changed an entire nation, others reshaped the world we live in, but the one common thread they share is their service to others. Big fancy buildings can be nice, but these buildings don’t change lives. Providing shelter for the homeless, feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and visiting the sick and imprisoned. That’s where the power is. Don’t tell me you love others. Love is a verb. So show me! Everybody love everybody!
On this Memorial Day let us honor the peacemakers that came before us. The nonviolent leaders that paved the way for others. Today I honor leaders like Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Mahatma Gandhi.
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.”  ― Mother Teresa “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”  ― Mahatma Gandhi “The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”  ― Eleanor Roosevelt “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.”  ― Helen Keller, The Open Door “The future starts today, not tomorrow.”  ― John Paul II “Carpe diem." (Odes: I.11)”  ― Horace, The Odes of Horace “Nothing is worth more than this day.”  ― Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
March 27th, 2009 Human nature, society, and critical thinking. We have achieved a temporary solution to my car troubles, so I am elated at the prospect of moderate vehicular functionality. It is to be well noted that the amount of personal freedom one achieves through being able to transport oneself is enormous and highly rewarding. It's not a permanent solution, and involves some precariously run wire, but it's enough to free me from the abject terror of having a stranger carting me about in a huge, unpredictable vehicle full of strange unpredictable people. Really, the human animal is it's biggest danger to itself. While we have the capability for unimaginable greatness, we also have a timeless propensity towards great malice and corruption, something that has plagued me while in more ponderous and empathetic mindsets. For all the goodness in the world, the philanthropists and altruists, the Buddhas, Mahatma Gandhi's, Martin Luther King Jr. and Mother Teresa-types of the world, there have been countless ...
Many Christians share a wrong notion that Jesus Christ is supposed to be our role model. However, there is a serious problem with that line of thought, and it is simply this: How do you emulate or imitate a PERFECT Man? Most of us would have enough trouble emulating Mahatma Gandhi or Mother Teresa, so forget about imitating Jesus Christ. As the kids in my neighborhood would say, "He is way out of your league!" Now someone may be quick to point out scriptures like 1 Corinthians 11:1 where the Apostle Paul says, "Be imitators of me, even as I am an imitator of Christ." Very good. The question however is, "HOW did Paul imitate Christ? Did he do it through his own effort, or did he have something else going on?" Here is what Paul said happened to him when he tried to imitate Christ using his own effort: "I know that in my flesh dwells no good thing, because I have the desire to do what is good, but I am UNABLE to do it. The good things I want to do, I fail to do, and the evil things that I don't want to do ar ...
the center of non-violence stands the principle of love. -Martin Luther King kind whenever possible. It is always possible. -Dalai Lama a nation be free if it oppresses other nations? It cannot. -Vladimir Lenin you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one. -Mother Teresa always seems impossible until its done. -Nelson Mandela should be great rather than long. -B. R. Ambedkar expresses priorities. -Mahatma Gandhi destroy my enemies by making them my friends. -Abraham Lincoln # Imagination is more Important than Knowledge, Because Knowledge is Limited.! -Albert Einstein # As I loved you, you must love one another. -Jejus Christ # Ink of the Scholar is more holy than blood of Martyr. -Prophet Muhammad # If you are Judging every Person then you will don't have time to Love any Person, Don't Judge Just Love. -Moses # If you have made Mistake and Not Corrected It, Then You have made Mistake.. -Confucius # Entire Earth Is a Womb of Mother and all Humans Are Children of Mother Earth. -Guru Nanak # Kindness ...
Do not say you don't have enough time. The day has exactly 24 hours for us as it did for Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Nehru family and Sachin Tendulkar. If we are organised and systematic, we can plan time slots for everything we want to do.
In a fit of megalomania the mpigs have decided that they are entitled to state funerals at our expense. Now generally such funerals are held in order to involve the general public & entail a national day of mourning after the deceased's family has consented. In Indonesia there has been only 1 state funeral. The Philippines & Hong Kong have heard 3 each. Singapore has only held 4. India has had 9 including Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru, Indira Gandhi & Mother Teresa. The last time a state funeral was held in Britain was in 1965 for Winston Churchill. By their nature they are extremely expensive affairs since they include strict protocols & involve the military. And a National day of mourning means a national holiday hence no work. Not to mention the expenditure of public funds. Now do you honestly think our mpigs are entitled to make such demands?
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Night Cap from Gbitse Barrow A visitor to our Be Better Training Center in Abuja after inspecting the facilities inquired regarding the naming of our Training Rooms. Our training rooms are named after three inspiring world leaders – Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Mahatma Gandhi and Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso. So the question is – why these three people? Answer: Each of them represents 3Ss of Leadership that are at the heart of values-based leadership, as follows: 1) Service: Mother Teresa rendered selfless service to the poor in India and became an example of service to humanity throughout her life time, the kind of service that we need leaders in our country and our world to render. 2) Simplicity: Despite his scholarly and privileged background, Mahatma Gandhi was the archetype of simplicity. Renouncing western dress and living as simply as he could, Mr Gandhi gives the world an example of simplicity which many of our leaders who had even humbler backgrounds need to emulate. 3) Sacrifice: There is no ...
"Ravi Shankar, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Shilpa Shetty - can you hear me Shilpa Shetty! Your boys took one *** of a beating!"
To Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Marcus Garvey, Steven Biko, Malcolm X, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi and all the other fighters for justice and peace...THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.Feel free to add other names..
Greatness in our materialistic world is defined as fame, popularity, scholastic or economic achievement, and notoriety. GREATNESS MAY RESULT FROM THESE QUALITIES, BUT THEY ARE NOT THE DEFINITION OF GREATNESS. Greatness may best be defined by the people throughout history whom we consider great. Among those who would be considered great in the context of their influence and impact on human society are such names as Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther, Martin Luther King, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Mahatma Gandhi, Henry Ford, Bill Gates, Walt Disney, Alexander Graham Bell, Albert Einstein, Babe Ruth, Jesse Owens, Florence Nightingale, Helen Keller, Pablo Picasso, Sam Walton, Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, the Wright Brothers, Steven Jobs, and Bessie Coleman.
Five of the great transformational leaders in history has Jesus Christ as their role models: George Washington, William Wilberforce, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi. "It is interesting because each chose to emulate Jesus’ behavior. It is ironic because, while Mother Teresa and Gandhi were not aligned on faith issues, they certainly were aligned on the quality of Jesus as a leader. No matter what one believes about who Jesus is, his influence and impact are undeniable and his legacy unsurpassed by any other leader." Davis H. Taylor (2007-08-23). THE IMPERFECT LEADER:A Story About Discovering the Not-So-Secret Secrets of Transformational Leadership (Kindle Locations 1198-1199). AuthorHouse. Kindle Edition.
“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. “Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong! - I have as much soul as you, - and full as much heart! And if God had gifted me with some beauty and much wealth, I should have made it as hard for you to leave me, as it is now for me to leave you!” ― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre “There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.” ― Mahatma Gandhi “When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist.” ― Hélder Câmara, Dom Helder Camara: Essential Writings “It is a tragic mix-up when the United States spends $500,000 for every enemy soldier killed, and only $53 annually on the victims of poverty.” Martin Luther King, J “Life's ...
If you so choose to, you can enrich the whole of humankind. Don't you ever forget that. You can make this reality every bit so exquisite as to your qualities. Because you lived, made a spiritual journey, became an ever so unique factor of this reality. No matter how ominous we are of the consequences and range of our actions, they impact the course of history. Consider the following examples: Carl Sagan, Albert Einstein, the Dalai Lama, Mark Zuckerberg, Mahatma Gandhi, Nikola Tesla, Oprah, Mother Teresa, Hypatia, [The people you most admire].
The purpose of our LIVES is to be happy. ~ Dalai Lama The future depends on what you do today. ~ Mahatma Gandhi ”To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.” ~Lewis B. Smedes Oprah: “Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.” “Write your injuries in dust, your benefits in marble.” -Benjamin Franklin life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning how to dance in the rain. “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” ― Mother Teresa
Don't say you don't have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Obama, Mahatma Gandhi, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Wangari Mathai, Raila Odinga, and Albert Mochama Einstein.
WHO IS YOUR ROLE MODEL??? Do the math to find out. Try it without looking at the answers. 1) Pick your favorite number between 1-9 2) Multiply by 3 then 3) Add 3, then again Multiply by 3 (I'll wait while you get the calculator.) 4) You'll get a 2 or 3 digit number…. 5) Add the digits together Now Scroll down . Now with that number see who your ROLE MODEL is from the list below: 1. Albert Einstein 2. Nelson Mandela 3. Abraham Lincoln 4. Helen Keller 5. Bill Gates 6. Mahatma Gandhi 7. Mother Teresa 8. Thomas Edison 9. Betsy Winchell 10. Abraham Lincoln neener neener! =P
My 10 hero's. 1. Martin Luther. 2. John F. Kennedy 3. Princess Diana. 4. Mother Teresa. 5. Mahatma Gandhi. 6. Nelson Mandela. 7. Robert Mugabe. 8. Alex Jones. 10. Ron Paul. My 11Th hero will be any man or woman who will point out the failure of neoliberalism and globalization.
Do not Say What Can I do im only one Person how Can I change the World All it takes is courage to Change the world Thomas Jefferson , Martin Luther King ,Lord Buddha ,William Shakespeare ,Abraham Lincoln ,Charles Darwin , Rosa Parks, Elvis Presley ,Marie Curie ,Mother Teresa ,Joan of Arc ,Mahatma Gandhi,Galileo Galilei ,Marcus Aurelius ,Benjamin Franklin ( They All Changed the World and So can you BE the Change you wish to see in the World if you see an injustice Speak up Do something Don't Wait for someone else to do it Be the Change you want to see in the world
Mother Teresa is to Miss India contestants what Mahatma Gandhi is to our politicians
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