Throughout history, There were various males and females who impacted the world and one such woman is Mother Teresa. She was an Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun and missionary who was born in Skopje, then part of the Kosovo Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire. Mother Teresa has a lasting impact because she founded the missionaries of charity, was dedicated to the poor, and contributed to teaching uneducated children. Mother Teresa joined the Irish order Sisters of Loreto and she was given the name Sister Teresa after Saint Thérèse de Lisieux. She was called a nun and missionary known in the Catholic church as Saint Teresa of Calcutta. Mother Teresa believed that she received a call from Jesus telling her to leave her religious laws to serve the poor. She dedicated her life to caring for the sick and poor who were suffering. She was born on 26 August 1910, in Skopje, Macedonia, to Albanian heritage. Around the age of twelve, she was interested in religion because her parents were really religious. They prayed regularly and went to church on a daily basis, which made a huge impact on her life so by the age of eighteen, she then decided that she was going to leave home and join the ‘Sisters of Loreto Dublin Missionary’ in Ireland. Afterwards she was sent to India, Calcutta which is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal, where she was given a responsibility to teach at Saint Mary’s High School for Girls, a school run by the Loreto Sisters and spent her time teaching girls from the city’s poorest Bengali families. Mother Teresa learned to speak Bengali and Hindi fluently as she began teaching Geography and History. She committed herself to abolish poverty among young girls through education. When Mother Teresa headed to India, she saw many people who lived in poverty so she felt remorseful. She put herself in their shoes and understood what they were going through so she stood up for them and sheltered them by creating the missionary of charity in 1950, which helped millions of people who were suffering which were the old, the young, the hungry, the homeless, the disabled and those who felt isolated from their society. Mother Teresa aided the sick, started an orphanage, a nursing home, a family clinic, health clinics for those who were in need, and also provided the basic necessities of life. She put her life at risk to save childrens from According to her quote “if you can’t feed a hundred people then feed just one” she got indulged in people’s lives and experienced there suffering and grief, which is why she took a stand and helped little by little and it made a huge difference to people’s lives. In 1948, She began missionary work with the poor. Mother Teresa accomplished many awards such as the nobel peace prize in 1979 “for helping in the struggle to overcome poverty and distress. In 1971, she was awarded the first Pope John XXIII peace prize for helping with the poor. In 1955, she found a house for the orphaned and homeless children. She donated an amount of $192,000 to India for supporting the poor and needy. Mother Teresa died due to heart, lung and kidney problems after several years of deteriorating, on September 5, 1997, at the age of 87. The world lost a monumental woman that day, but her legacy will last for all time. October 19 is known as Mother Teresa day and it’s a public holiday in Albania. Many universities and educational institutes are named after her in India. In conclusion, Mother Teresa made major contributions to society because she put others needs before hers, her accomplishments are well known today and she stands as a remarkable role model to everyone. Everyone should follow Mother Teresa’s footsteps and make a difference in the world as she was a very inspirational and beneficial human being. Mother Teresa once said,”Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person”. Mother Teresa helped people regardless of their race, gender, or ethnicity. According to her quote “At the end of life we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made, how many great things we have done. We will be judged by “I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was naked and you clothed me. I was homeless, and you gave me shelter”. This quote emphasis on that we aren’t going to be judged on materialistic things in the hereafter, because that doesn’t matters what matters the most is how much we have helped the poor and needy. She was a humanitarian, she saw beauty in every human being she didn’t judge anyone regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity and background.