It all goes to show that she was a very confused woman ... preaching how to be pleasing to a supposed god, while at the same time longing to find that god in her own life.<quoted text>
Mother Teresa once stated that she was "one of the worst people she knew." June, now I think you and I realize what she meant. She sure had me fooled; I was one of her greatest admirers. Did you also know she didn't believe in painkillers? And that the hospitals HER patients were admitted to were way below good standards. However, when SHE got ill she went to the BEST hospitals and did take painkillers.
Her image of herself was very low and that was probably one of her only spoken truths.
I have no ill feelings towards her. From my perception she was in thought and deed, her own worst enemy.
Peace of conscience is the best for which we can hope, and from my past experience, that can't be found in religious dogma.
The dogmas are geared to create arrogance, lies, division and confusion ... not peace.