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Mother Teresa Ecard

Mother Teresa "We cannot all do great things. But we can do small things with great love." Ecard
"We cannot all do great things.
But we can do small
things with great love."

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Mother Teresa, portrait by Frank Szasz
“Unless life is lived for others,
it is not worthwhile.”
Mother Teresa
Artist: Frank V. Szasz

Mother Teresa,
Global PathMarker portrait
available as poster, notecards,
& biographical bookmark.

Mother Teresa,
née Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu
b. 8-27-1910; Macedonia
d. 9-5-1997; Calcutta, India

Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, born in Macedonia in 1910, is known as Mother Teresa, founder of the order of the Missionaries of Charity.

This Roman Catholic congregation of women is dedicated to the very poor, particularly the destitute of India. Her order has opened numerous centers, serving the blind, the aged, the crippled, the lepers, as well as, those who are dying.

When Pope Paul awarded her the Pope John XXIII Peace Prize, he proclaimed her to be “an example and symbol of the discovery...that man is our brother.” She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. (bookmark text)

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Nobel Peace Prize Winners, 1979 - Mother Teresa Poster
Nobel Peace Prize Winners, 1979 - Mother Teresa Poster

Mother Teresa Poster
Nobel Peace Prize Winners, 1979

Poster Text: Mother Teresa, a Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life to caring for others, was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1979. Her work with the poorest people of India made her one of the most beloved and honored figures in the world. But she always insisted that her greatest reward was her work. She once described herself as “a little pencil in the hand of God”. ...

Nobel Peace Prize poster series

In Loving Memory, Mini Poster
In Loving Memory,
Mini Poster

Mother Teresa "Anyway", Poster
Mother Teresa "Anyway", Poster

Mother Teresa "Life", Poster
Mother Teresa "Life",

Kind Words, Art Print
Kind Words,
Art Print

Mother Teresa Poster
Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa Poster
Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa of Calcutta prays during a religious service in Pescara, September 20, 1977, Photographic Print

Mother Teresa of Calcutta Prays During a Religious Service, 1977, Photographic Print

Mother Teresa ascends the podium to stand side by side with Pope John Paul II as they greet the faithful in this Feb. 3, 1986, photo in Calcutta, Photographic Print

Mother Teresa Ascends the Podium to Stand Side by Side with Pope John Paul II in Calcutta, 1986, Photographic Print

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Pope John Paul II, Mother Teresa Photographic Print

Pope John Paul II holds his arm around Mother Teresa as they ride in the Popemobile outside the Home of the Dying in Calcutta, India, February 1986, Photographic Print

Main Square, Skopje, Macedonia, Photographic Print
Main Square,
Skopje, Macedonia,
Photographic Print

Mother Theresa, Art Print
Mother Theresa,
Art Print

World Religions - Christianity Wall Poster

Christianity is the world's largest religion, with about 2 billion followers. There are Christians on every continent, and they belong to every nationality.
Christianity posters

Ancient Civilizations - Ancient India Wall Poster
Ancient India,

Ancient India
(2500 B.C. — 1500 B.C.)
When historians talk about India, they usually mean the area that now includes Pakistan and Bangladesh, as well as modern India. It was in this region, just south of the world's tallest, and most rugged moutains, that one of the great civilizations of ancient times flourished. This civilization is known as the Indus Valley civilization, because it grew up along the Indus River in the north. Like the Nile and the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers, the Indus River flooded its banks every year, creating a rich soil on which farmers could grow crops.

Around the year 2500 B.C., at the same time the Egyptians were building the great pyramids, the first cities rose up in the Indus Valley. The largest of these cities were Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. Each of these cities had more than 30,000 people. And each was carefully planned, with streets that ran north-south and east-west, like a grid. They were surrounded by impressive walls made of rock-hard mud bricks. Experts have found ruins of a public storage house for grain in both cities, suggesting that the Indus Valley people had some kind of organized government. The people of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro wre also very concerned with cleanliness. They disposed of the garbage by pushing it through narrow slits cut into the walls of houses, where it fell into special containers lined up outside. Most of the Indus Valley people were farmers. They grew wheat, barley, rice, and cotton to make cloth. Trade was also very important. The Indus people used special clay seals like the one shown here to mark packages of goods.

Around 1500 B.C., this remarkable civilization began to show signs of decline. No one really knows why. Some experts say the Indus River may have changed course, leaving the cities stranded. Others say the Indus Valley people may have overfarmed the soil and been forced to abandon their homes. But the most likely reason is that other peoples invaded from the north and killed off or enslaved the Indus Valley dwellers.

Artwork depicts the ruins of the public bath at Mohenjo-Daro, and one of the many clay seals used by Indus Valley peoples to mark packages.

National Geographic Investigates: Ancient India: Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of India's Past
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