Being made Unhindu & unpatriotic: Mother Teresa’s picture of her youth and Teen aged Antonia Maino Sonia go viral

March 30, 2015 Off By rajesh

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Being made Unhindu & unpatriotic: Mother Teresa’s picture of her youth and Teen aged Anyonia Maino Sonia go viral
That’s the picture of Mother Teresa when she was 18, that has gone viral on social media today.  By the side of her picture another is Antonia Maino (Sonia Gandhi) when she met Rajiv Gandhi in London before marriage.
The picture was probably taken in the 1930s, when the mother was in her teens and comes with this post: “This beautiful lady is none other than our very own Mother Teresa at the age of 18. She was what many would have called a raving beauty. How come no man was able to win her heart, that is because… she preferred to help mankind rather than help one man.”
Mother Teresa had once said, “By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus”.
Indians are being made unpatriotic
You call patriotism
You are patriot
Yes you are patriot
You say as Nehru said
He was accidentally born as Hindu
You feel shame to be called as Hindu
You are patriot
Yes you are patriot
You came with Italian
The stranger within my gate
She might be true or kind,
But she did not talk my talk ?
You were patriot
Yes you were patriot
Self-Defeated: Mother Teresa Rajneesh Gandhi
Rajneesh destroyed his own teaching because he discarded truthfulness in favor of what he thought were useful lies. By late 1946, Gandhi made it clear that he would prefer to see the Congress dissolve. Now the self-defeat is hidden in the letters of Mother Teresa.  At the last Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi and Rajneesh became emty and their teaching their belief their efforts of whole life went in the vein. But OSHO, Gandhigiri and legacy of Mother Teresa also………
Mother Teresa’s letter:  Shortly after beginning her work in the slums of Calcutta, she wrote, “Where is my faith? Even deep down there is nothing but emptiness and darkness: If there be a God — please forgive me.”  In letters eight years later, she was still expressing “such deep longing for God”, adding that she felt “repulsed, empty, no faith, no love, no zeal”. Her smile to the world from her familiar weather-beaten face was a “mask” or a “cloak”, she said. “What do I labour for? If there be no God, there can be no soul. If there be no soul then, Jesus, You also are not true.”   “I am told God lives in me — and yet the reality of darkness and coldness and emptiness is so great that nothing touches my soul,” she wrote at one point. “I want God with all the power of my soul — and yet between us there is terrible separation.” On another occasion she wrote: “I feel just that terrible pain of loss, of God not wanting me, of God not being God, of God not really existing.”  The late Pope, John Paul II, was a great admirer of Mother Teresa.  The Vatican has insisted on Aug 25 that Mother Teresa’s course to sainthood will not be affected by the deep crisis of faith she suffered in the last 40 years of her life.
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