Stupid Nuns, those fools for Christ, thinking they can change the world, giving the rest of us oppertunities to become Angels

Posted: 2013/09/02 in Uncategorized

This is how to turn a negative into a positive; working toward the good of others, without the expectation of reward or gain.

Initially raised at an orphanage run by the Mother Theresa nuns before being rescued by Moira Kelly and brought to Australia for life changing surgery ten years ago.

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On October 7, 1950, Mother Teresa and the small community formed by her former pupils was labeled as the Diocesan Congregation of the Calcutta Diocese, and thus received the permission from the Vatican to exist as a Church subject. Their mission was to care for (in Mother Teresa’s words) “the hungry, the naked, the homeless, the crippled, the blind, the lepers, all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, uncared for throughout society, people that have become a burden to the society and are shunned by everyone.” It began as a small community with 12 members in Calcutta, and today it has over 4,500 Sisters running orphanages, AIDS hospices, charity centers worldwide, and caring for refugees, the blind, disabled, aged, alcoholics, the poor and homeless and victims of floods, epidemics and famine in Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America, Europe and Australia.

In 1965, by granting a Decree of Praise, Pope Paul VI granted Mother Teresa’s request to expand her congregation to other countries. The Congregation started to grow rapidly, with new homes opening all over the globe. The congregation’s first house outside India was in Venezuela, and others followed in Rome and Tanzania, and eventually in many countries in Asia, Africa, and Europe, including Albania. In addition, the first home of the Missionaries of Charity in the United States was established in the South Bronx, New York. By 1996, the Organization was operating 517 missions in more than 100 countries and today is assisted by over one million co-workers and many donations from ordinary people.

It is easy to tear down the Christian Church along with the Pope; it takes courage and hard work to build it up. There are so many stories we do not know or seldom hear about it is hard to know about 7.5 billion of them.

Negative people focus on the positives of self- interest without realizing they are creating unforeseen negative results.

i.e… I can drive an expensive car I bought cheap. While the workers who built the car and work in the mines for the steel used to build the car, ride the bus to work and are worried about getting sick and paying their rent.

The only story I truly know is my own and even that story is filled with the gaps of unpleasant memories that I chose to forget.

This is how to turn a negative into a positive; working toward the good of others, without the expectation of reward or gain.

Crab Warrior

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