Mother Teresa of Calcutta:
We see Christ in the broken body, and we touch him"
And they brought a woman from the street. Her body was covered with sores, and each one was filled with maggots. And this young sister, she cleaned the person, loved her. And when she came home, she told me, with a big smile on her face - Mother, I have been touching the body of Christ."
"The love of God. Cause Jesus has said that 'I was hungry and you gave me to eat, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was homeless and you took me in.' Our Home for the Dying is the home for the homeless Christ. Our hungry people are the hungry Christ."
If I can help a person to die beautifully. Because if that person was left alone, in the street, he would have died like an animal; while in our home, in our hands, they die beautifully, because the die with God - loved, cared. As one said: Thank God, I will die like a human being"
They are just thrown away from society, from their homes, from their relations and very often even their own children do not want them anymore."
sores plagė tė hapura
maggots miza tė mėdha, miza mishi
hungry i uritur
naked i zhveshur/lakuriq
to clothe vesh (folje)
homeless pa shtėpi
to take in marr brenda, strehoj
human being qenie njerėzore
to throw away hedh tutje
relations tė afėrm/kushėrinj
'Thank God!,''Thanks to God' Shyqyr Zotit!
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