What makes people likes and dislike Mother Teresa?

Question by Lepin: What makes people likes and dislike Mother Teresa?

ScottDio’s comment on youtube, “Wasn’t Mother Teresa against birth control? because of it…millions poor people had tons of children into even poorer life? After child gets older? got kick out orphans and had live in streets? Please, feel free to correct me.” made me ask question what makes people like and dislike Mother Teresa?

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Answer by Jackie
She reminds me of walnuts and I can’t stand them.

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2 comments for “What makes people likes and dislike Mother Teresa?

  1. ahavahforjesus
    2013/12/31 at 6:37 AM

    Mother Teresa helped thousands of the poorest people in India. When other charities and orgainizations gave up on people, she was there and never gave up because she was a child of God, and knew that she was making a huge difference.

    All the Contraceptive Methods are against the most elementary teachings of the Bible on Sex. God created man “male” and “female”, and gave them the commandment “be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the earth” (Gen.1:28). Since this first chapter, the Bible talks with respect and dignity about sex, always in the context of marriage, and to have children. To have sex, trying to avoid the conception of a child, is exactly the opposite of this elementary principle.

    In the Bible, a large family is a blessing from God (Ps.127:24, 128:2-4), and childlessness in marriage is a curse and a great sorrow (Gn.30:1, 1S.1:6,11, Is.4:1, Lk.1:25). A numerous progeny was promised to the Patriarchs (Gn.12:2, 17:26, 26:24).

    Contraceptives do not reduce abortions but increase them: The contraceptive mentality–which is very different from responsible parenthood, lived in respect for the full truth of the conjugal act–are such that they in fact strengthen this temptation when an unwanted life is conceived.
    Indeed, the pro- abortion culture is especially strong precisely where the Church’s teaching on contraception is rejected. Certainly, from the moral point of view contraception and abortion are specifically different evils: the former contradicts the full truth of the sexual act as the proper expression of conjugal love, while the latter destroys the life of a human being; the former is opposed to the virtue of chastity in marriage, the latter is opposed to the virtue of justice and directly violates the divine commandment “You shall not kill”….despite the differences, contraception and abortion are often closely connected, as fruits of the same tree… of sin!

    Birth Control Pills are harmful to women, and unclude MANY different side effects, one scary one is DEATH. A hormone taken orally daily, usually a combination of estrogen and progesterone, or only progestin. Taken daily. The main problem of the hormone is that it facilitates the formation of clots in the blood, and may produce phlebitis in the legs or abdomen, or clots in the lungs, heart, kidneys, brain… they suppress ovulation, thicken the cervical mucus (preventing sperm penetration), change the endometrium (making implants less likely), and reduce sperm transport in the upper uterus (fallopian tubes).

    I refuse to have artificial hormones inside my body, it is not natural nor is it biblical. I am 30 with 1 child. And have never used contraceptives. In most cases that you are talking about women having 4+ kids and not being able to take care of them, you have to really research and in most cases those women are not married, and in most cases each child has a different father.

    Mother Teresa did so much for so many people, and should be a public figure that men and women alike look up to her. She really did have a great impact on the world, and not just the people in India, but everyone.

  2. Arizona Knight Wolf
    2013/12/31 at 5:51 AM

    There is an old saying that goes something like GIVE A MAN A FISH AND HE EATS FOR A DAY, TEACH HIM TO FISH AND HE EATS FOR A LIFETIME. Mother Theresa, as good a person as she was, believed in the solving the immediate problem, and not looking at the big picture. Nothing wrong with that, but she could have made a bigger impact had she done some things differently.

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