A great positive story to start your soon new year, with hope and belief in human dignity. Bangalore’s Mother Teresa, a story by Vicky Nanjappa of India, one of my favorite writers.  Janr Ssor

Vicky Nanjappa

DSC06020To set aside personal pleasures of life and work for someone without a remuneration is probably one of greatest traits of any human being. Sister Mary (75) known as the Mother Teresa of Bangalore has devoted her life for the leprosy patients when she opted to work at the Sumanhalli Society in Bangalore.

Sr Mary Mascarenhas opted to work at Sumanahalli Society when it was set up in 1978 giving up her work as the Principal in a School in Chikamangalore. Her first involvement was as a teacher for the children with leprosy as well as the children of the patients. Thanks to her more than 10,000 children are now educated.

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