Mother Teresa – Her Own Heart-filled Words

bfcb9902aa52b75a2dca319ec3e9baa7Mother Teresa says, “If you really want to know the poor, you must know what is poverty…”

She says,”There are two kinds of poverty. We have the poverty of the material, for example like in India and Ethiopia and other places, where the people are hungry for a loaf of bread and real hunger.  But there is a much deeper, much greater hunger.  And that is the hunger for love and that terrible loneliness and being unwanted, unloved… being abandoned by everybody.  And some people you find in, what you call them, shut-ins, people that are sleeping in the streets of London and are found in the homes.  Maybe that kind of “unwanted-ness,” unloved {person}.  Maybe in our own homes, we may have somebody who is handicapped like that and nobody takes any notice.  Nobody even recognizes that there is this child, this man, this woman who is hungry for love, hungry to be recognized and to accept with respect and love the person.”  In the video below, she speaks from her heart.

Inspiring Messages from Religious Faiths

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Buddhist Prayer of Gratitude

I am grateful to those who have hurt or harmed me,
For they have reinforced my determination.
I am grateful to those who have deceived me.
For they have deepened my insight.
I am grateful to those who have hit me,
For they have reduced my karmic obstacles.
I am grateful to those who have abandoned me.
For they have taught me to be independent.
I am grateful to those who have made me stumble,
For they have strengthened my ability.
I am grateful to those who have denounced me,
For they have increased my wisdom and concentration.
I am grateful to those who have made me firm and resolute,
And helped in my achievements.

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  “I bring you good news of great joy.”  We take these words to heart as we celebrate the birth of Jesus and the rebirth in our awareness of the Christ within.


“Centered in my heart, I emanate the Christ Presence of peace.  I let my circle of peace expand to bless all beings, envisioning a world where love and compassion direct every thought and action.   I let peace flow from me to everyone I meet.

I share my peace with the world, in the Silence…”  (

Jeremiah 29:11  “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord. “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you.  Plans to give you hope and a future.”


Matthew 7:7  “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.


Isaiah 40:31 “But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”