The LettersDVD - 2016
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Her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech part 1 of 2:
I'm very happy to receive this award in the name of the hungry, the naked, the homeless, the crippled, the blind, the lepers and all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, uncared for- the throwaway of society. And as we are gathered here together today to thank God for the Nobel Peace Prize, I think it would be beautiful to pray the prayer of St. Francis of Assisi which always surprises me very much. We pray this prayer every day after Holy Communion, as it is very fitting for each one of us. Lord, make me a channel of your peace. Where there is hatred, may I bring love. Where there is wrong, may I bring spirit of forgiveness. Where there is discord, may I bring harmony. Where there is error, may I bring truth.
Her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech part 2 of 2:
Where there is doubt, may I bring faith. Where there is despair, may I bring hope, that Where there are shadows, I may bring light, that Where there is sadness, I may bring joy. Amen. And, you know, I always wondered if 400, 500 years ago, when St. Francis of Assisi composed this prayer, that they had the same difficulties as we have today because it is very fitting for us also. Thank you.
Mother's belief in prayer was the foundation of her faith. She believed prayer was food for the soul and, if you prayed deeply, your prayer would be answered.
Mother: I'm not very interesting, but if you Want to write a story, talk to the poor.
Widdecombe: Yes, but it's your work that's being talked about all over the city.
Mother: It's not my work, Mr. Widdecombe. It's Gods work. I'm just a pencil in Gods hand.
Mother: We have a need for a facility so we can bring the abandoned who are dying on our streets in so they can be allowed to die with dignity. Do you know of such a place, and can it be made available?
Health Officer: You mean a hospital?
Mother: No. No. A place Where the destitute who are left to die on our streets can be brought in and given a bed and food and cared for and allowed to die surrounded by loving people. (Creation of an official hospice.)
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