ALBERT SCHWEITZER: 1875-1965

Reverence for Life: All Forms In 1952,as Mother Teresa tottered towards the Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. Albert Schweitzerwas proudly accepting his. He couldhave lived luxuriously in his native Germany. A university lecturer, amusician, a writer, a speaker and an organist were just a few of his list ofaccomplishments. Despite his successes, he surrendered all to …

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MOTHER TERESA

Mother Theresa: 1910-1997 Soon after Gandhi death, Mother Theresa became an Indian citizen and initiated her own Charitable Foundation. Four years after its inception – June 1952 – in a blinding monsoon, she skirted the perimeter of the local Medical College Hospital in search of the sick and dying. As if expecting it, she stumbled …

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The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Boy

Early Life and Education January 17, 1968 the world celebrated the first docking of the two manned space crafts, Soyuz 4 and 5.  Several thousand miles away in a somnolent village a nano-hero docked with planet earth.  Sunil Kumar was born in the district ofPratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh, India.  His native village, set in a bucolic vale, enclosed by …

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