This moving collection of stories and other writings from Mother Teresa demonstrates the simplicity and utter devotion to doing good possessed by one of the most venerated nuns of all time.
In the Heart of the World collects some of her most tender stories, devotional prayers, and profound thoughts not only about her faith, but also about life, the spiritual path, and simple basic kindness towards one another. At only 105 pages, it would be easy to breeze through this book in one sitting, but that would be missing the point. To truly read this book is to take the time to contemplate her message rather than view it as a simply a compendium of religious thought. Eloquent and direct, the words of Mother Teresa are as relevant today as when she was doing her work.
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