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Malcolm Muggeridge, a boldly committed Christian in the final decades of his life, was a world-renowned author, lecturer, and broadcaster, who famously entitled the memoirs of his pre-Christian life Chronicles of Wasted Time.
It is full of anecdotes about her life and work and provides a pretty good summary of the major events.
Thank you, Lord, for sending us a woman like your servant Teresa to remind us of your face, your call, and your love.
None the less, this is a great account of the devotion and love Mother Teresa has for the poorest of the poor.
If you love Mother Theresa you will have to read this book. Very inspirational and a delight to read.Published 11 days ago by cynthia m. opalenik
This book is a keeper. Such a beautiful life story and it includes pictures and tells about a bit of a miracle.Published 4 months ago by Eileen Gibb
We loved this book.
It really touched us and made us think and discuss.
We recommend it - good read.
It was a great book and very easy to read. Mother Teresa is an inspiration. We are blessed to have her live in our lifetime.Published 8 months ago by Camille Marmo
Humbling and inspiring. A wonderful gift for people looking for an example to try to come even close to emulating.Published 9 months ago by F.W. Bomonti, D.C.
I've always admired the work of this great lady. But I found this account showed to me her limitless and unconditional Christian love and affection for those who needed her most,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by john oliver
The book was recommended to me by a friend who worked with Mother Teresa. I knew very little about Mother Teresa and her work and the book filled in the gaps for me. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bob
For those unfamiliar with Mjuggeridge, he was a very well-known, brilliant English journalist. At one time an atheist, and a leftist, he was the one given the gift to first... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Deborah M. Piroch
Short and so very sweet. Truly inspiring -- both Mother Teresa and Muggeridge's own thoughts and observations on the experience of meeting her.Published 13 months ago by geekmama