It was Albert Pine who said, “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” One couldn’t say anything better about the legacy Mother Teresa of Calcutta has left behind. She has brought new meaning and significance to everything around us—home, love, service, family, poor —just to name a few. Small in stature and with twisted feet and gnarled hands, this holy Nun in a hand-woven blue striped sari was a towering personality who, with her gentle voice and steely determination, became a powerful advocate of the voiceless, the hope and succour of the poor and the marginalized, and an apt model for all God-seekers. The legacy of Mother Teresa of Calcutta is something to be learned and lived for all generations to come. Her stories and the lessons we learn therein are simple and practical ways to achieve success and happiness in life. In A Living Legacy we bring you 100 lessons —incidents, anecdotes, quotes from Mother’s talks and speeches—that speak for themselves, encouraging us to shout, “Life is worth living.”