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Stories of Compassion

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Publisher: Asiapac Books Pte Ltd

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Summary

* Mother Teresa, Saint of the Gutters, took care of the poor, the sickly and the ostracised. 
 
* Martin Luther King Jr used the non-violent approach to fight for racial equality. 
 
* Florence Nightingale gave up a life of comfort and freedom to nurse the sick. 
 
* Teresa Hsu adopted the poor and hungry to take care of their daily needs... at 100 years of age!

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