Mother Teresa had an impact on my life too. She taught me not to distinguish people as better and worse. She highlighted the importance of being patient, honoring justice. Being a teacher, you need to set the right requirements and give not only knowledge but also your soul. She was the one to make me understand that you need to open your eyes so as not to miss anything. She showed me how to work in the right way. She convinced me that it is better to light the light rather than fight against the darkness. And that smiling to people is limitless.
When Agnes was eighteen she visited India as a missionary. In India, she joined the sisters of Our Lady of Loreto who were active here. In 1928, she left for Dublin, where the motherhouse of the Loreto Sisters is located. Here Agnes was trained for a religious life. After receiving the Sisterhood, she chose to call herself Sister Teresa. In December 1928, Sister Teresa left for India and chose Calcutta as the centre of her activity. In fact, she was moved to see the miserable condition of the slum dwellers, the lepers and the under dog. She completely devoted herself to the service of the destitute, the helpless and the sick.