People are often unreasonable and self centered
Quote by Mother Teresa: “People are often unreasonable, irrational, and ...”
Do It Anyway
People are often unreasonable, Illogical, and self-centered; Forgive them anyway.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you are successful, you will win some unfaithful friends and some genuine enemies.
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I sit here today on Sunday…a day meant for reflection, time with loved ones, relaxation…hell even mindless shopping. Holy war is happening. Ok, so…like as I am getting what I consider to be a much needed manicure, children are being beheaded for no other reason than for believing in a different God. Have we learned nothing from our past? Have we become numb to old wounds of war that are meant to heal us and make us stronger? Love does not own or control, it just is.
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pure body. pure heart. pure soul.
Mother Teresa put the Paradoxical Commandments up on the wall of her children's home in Calcutta. The fact that the commandments were on her wall was reported in a book compiled by Lucinda Vardey, Mother Teresa: A Simple Path , which was published in As a result, some people have attributed the Paradoxical Commandments to Mother Teresa. We usually begin each meeting with a prayer or a thought for the day, and a fellow Rotarian of mine got up and noted that Mother Teresa had died, and said that, in her memory, he wanted to read a poem she had written that was titled "Anyway. He said it was in a book about Mother Teresa, but he couldn't remember the title. So the next night I went to a bookstore and started looking through the shelf of books about the life and works of Mother Teresa. The Paradoxical Commandments had been reformatted to look like a poem, and they had been retitled "Anyway.