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One Heart Full of Love: Mother Teresa

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One Heart Full of Love gathers together stirring addresses and interviews given by Mother Teresa to her Missionaries of Charity and other groups worldwide on such topics as self-giving, the call to love our neighbor, spiritual poverty in the West, and a life of joy-filled sacrifice. Here is spiritual food that will nourish your heart and soul. A Servant Book.
Paperback, 150 pages
Published August 1st 1988 by St. Anthony Messenger Press (first published 1988)
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Throughout this book one can find the thoughts of Mother Teresa so clearly especially about her service to the poorest of the poor and also this work reflects the many great things that she has encountered in her incredible life with simplicity and strength. Her appeal to her fellow human beings is simple.See God in your neighbor. Love all.
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Since this is mostly a collection of letters, I found myself skimming a lot rather than reading for content, because the the same themes are iterated throughout. I loved her mission and her message, though. With regard to recent insights into her spiritual conflicts, I admired her commitment to her mission regardless of these inner conflicts.
A book of collected talks and interviews by Mother Teresa. Some interesting reading, but by the end it got rather repetitive. Not a problem in the talks, which were no doubt inspiring, but I didn't feel it worked well having them all collected together.
everyone should read something by mother teresa. another great book by her which is not in here is THE BLESSING OF LOVE. it's not a book, but a list of quotes by her and they are so good to read again and again.
Tommy West
An amazing woman with an incredible heart. As a collection of speeches in print were so repetitive it became hard to stay focused.
I love this book of an amazing woman. She tells of her beliefs and amazing stories of the poor she served.
Amazing ability to be so available to her Spouse.
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