Mother Teresa birth commemoration: She was known for her sacrificial love for the poor.
Today stamps Mother Teresa’s 111th birth commemoration. The United Nations (UN) has honored Mother Teresa by delivering a conclusive postage stamp on August 12, to check her introduction to the world commemoration. India’s Permanent Representative to the UN and President of UN Security Council for August, TS Tirumurti, tweeted photographs of the stamp on Wednesday.
The stamp has a picture of the Nobel laureate and Bharat Ratna. It additionally has one of her most popular messages. It peruses, “Not we all can do extraordinary things. In any case, we can do little things with extraordinary love.”
.@UN honors #BharatRatna Mother Teresa@unstamps delivered an authoritative postage stamp of #NobelPeacePrize#MotherTeresa on 12 August
“Not we all can do incredible things. In any case, we can do little things with incredible love.” – MT pic.twitter.com/suVL2DgIfL
— PR/Amb T S Tirumurti (@ambtstirumurti) August 25, 2021
Regarded by Catholic Church as Saint Teresa of Calcutta, she was known for her caring affection for poor people and work to help them. She was brought into the world as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu on August 26, 1910, in Skopje, presently the capital of Macedonia, she devoted her life to God when she was just 12. In 1928, she moved to Ireland and after a year, to India.
She showed up in Calcutta and started instructing at St Mary’s School for young ladies. As indicated by the Mother Teresa of Calcutta focus, she left the showing position and started working with the poor in 1948. She got a piece of her fundamental clinical preparing in Patna and later settled the Missionaries of Charity, which served numerous poor and penniless, including sickness, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS patients.
She won various honors a lot for her work, including the Ramon Magsaysay Peace Prize in 1962, Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, and the Bharat Ratna in 1980. Granting the prize, the Norwegian Nobel Committee said, “In Mother Teresa’s case, this essential way of thinking of life is immovably established in her Christian confidence.”
On September 5, 1997, she passed on and was agreed a state burial service by the Indian government for her support of poor people, regardless of rank and ideology. Notwithstanding a few contentions, Mother Teresa was appreciated internationally for her altruistic work.
On September 4, 2016, Mother Teresa was raised to sainthood by Pope Francis at a service at the Vatican.