Mother Teresa’s Humility List 1. Speak as little as possible about yourself. 2. Keep busy with your own affairs and not those of others. 3. Avoid curiosity. 4. Do not interfere in the affairs of others. 5. Accept small irritations with good humor. 6. Do not dwell on the faults of others. 7. Accept censures even if unmerited. 8. Give in to the will of others. 9. Accept insults and injuries. 10. Accept contempt, being forgotten and disregarded. 11. Be courteous and delicate...
Yes! (Although it should say a good mother's love, because there are some selfish moms out there-- but this is the kind of love I was brought up with + pass on to my babies.) A good mother's love is a love where the babies come first. There's nothing like it.
Mother Teresa’s Humility List - worth reading every day. Humility is extremely hard to master. Most of us aren't even trying, in fact many live intentionally against these principles having mastered selfishness, pride, and entitlement.
Found written on the wall in Mother Teresa's home for children in Calcutta: People are often unreasonable, irrational, and self-centered. Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you