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  • Shannan Souza

    The Paradoxical Commandments were written by Kent M. Keith when he was undergraduate at Harvard and is both a poem and a book. These lines are sometimes falsely attributed to Mother Theresa who actually hung a portion of them on the wall of her childrens' home in Calcutta. via #Paradoxical_Commandments #Kent_M_Keith #Inspiration #wiser_ie (Going up on a wall in my home too)

  • Ivana

    The Paradoxical Commandments were written in 1968 by Kent M. Keith, then a sophomore at Harvard. These are the original commandments that people attribute to Mother Teresa, but she did not write these nor a different version of them. She put them up on a wall in her children's home in Calcutta because she loved them so much. A different version known as the "final analysis" circulates the web today that people mistakenly believe Mother Teresa wrote.

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