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Mother Teresa's Lifetime of Dedication to the Poor Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, more commonly known as Mother Teresa, was born on August 27, 1910 in a small town called Skopje, which is in current day Yugoslavia. Tragically when Agnes was 9 her father died. Despite the extra responsibility this put on her mother, she still found time to school Agnes and her other 2 children, as well as help members of her community with alcoholism. Thusly, starting at a very young age Agnes was taught to help those in need. (http://www.tisv.be/mt/life.htm) At the young age of 12, Agnes decided to follow in her mother's footsteps and help the poor.
Family Relations in The Joy Luck Club One passage, from the novel The Joy Luck Club, written by Amy Tan, reveals the complex relations and emotions that are involved in families. This passage concerns the story of four Chinese women and their daughters. The author leads the reader through the experiences of the mothers as they left China and came to America. The daughters have been raised in America, as Americans. This is what the mothers had wanted although it also causes them great distress.
These women informed Jing-mei that the two babies, in whom her mom had left, were still alive and the location had been found. First, the mothers (Lindo, An-mei and Ying-ying) go through and tell their stories about their childhoods and growing up. Then, the daughters (Jing-mei, Rose, Waverly, and Lena) go around and tell their stories about their growing up. This put the two and two together, which mended the two together. After the mothers and daughters share the... ... middle of paper ... ...ricans think is Chinese, the one they cannot understand.
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