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Mother Teresa, Born for a spiritual life

Mother Teresa of Calcutta was born of Albanian parents in Skopje in 1910. Journeying as a missionary to India, she labored many years as a teacher before hearing the “call within the call,” “to give up all and follow Him into the slums—to serve Him in the poorest of the poor,” and so satiate the thirst of Jesus for love and the salvation of souls by founding the Missionaries of Charity. She was beatified by Pope John Paul II on 19 October 2003, and was canonized by Pope Francis on 4 September 2016.

Mother Teresa Film

Directed by Enri Mato Producer by Cliff Poh

An Albanian & Singapore Production Kosovo, North Macedonia, India, Vatican Support & endorsed by

H.R.H. Alexander Ale de Basseville of Heidmark

On 15 August 2022, we have announce that the team behind the Prince Alexander Production would produce a film for the Saint. Mother Teresa that would be released in 2023. The Prince Alexander Production would film in 5 countries, and took part in the production. The film focuses on the three moments, first is the beginning of everything, the moment when she saw light, the night who she changes from the haute bourgeoisie and “How she finds herself in poverty?”. Second is the meeting with Jean Paul II, when he said: ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of my brethren, you did it to me.’ And the third moment, after her death, what have we done?

In April 2022, H.R.H. Alexander Ale de Basseville of Heidmark expressed his support and endorsement letter. In May 2022, H.R.H. Alexander Ale de Basseville gave the first interview, from the moment he met Saint Mother Teresa.

Director: Enri Mato

Producer: Cliff Poh

Time Running time: 90 minutes

Country:    Kosovo, North Macedonia, India, Singapore, Vatican

Language: English

Starring: Maylinda Kosumovic & Enri Mato

Genre: Observational mode

The Observational mode, is a style of documentary embraced by the cinema verité movement, observational documentaries attempt to discover the ultimate truth of their subject by acting as a fly-on-the-wall—in other words, observing the subject’s real-life without interrupting. Cinematographers on observational documentaries will often be asked to be as unobtrusive as possible in order to capture their subjects in a raw, unguarded state.Target group: According to the Census of the 2020 Annuario Pontificio (Pontifical Yearbook), the number of baptized Catholics in the world was about 1.329 billion.

Born for a spiritual life

“For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God”

(Romans 3:23)

Synopsis

There are many humanitarians in the history of the world. Out of the blue, Mother Teresa stood in that crowd of people. She spends her whole life serving the poor and needy people. By birth, she was a Christian and a great believer of God. And due to this reason, she chooses to become a Nun.

There are three moments when I want to touch three moments in the firm, first is the beginning of everything, the moment when she sees light, the night who she changes from the haute bourgeoisie and “How she finds herself in poverty?”. Second is the meeting with Jean Paul II, when he said: ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of my brethren, you did it to me.’ And the third moment, after her death, what have we done?

“By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun.

As to my calling, I belong to the world.

As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus.”

Saint Mother Theresa

CHAPTER I THE BEGINNING OF MOTHER TERESA’S JOURNEY

“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked, and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for is the greatest poverty.”

From an upper-class family to totally anti-consummation is the moment that made her life light up and finds herself totally illuminated. The meeting with John Paul II where she claims to be a poor woman turns to Gods with the illumination in her eyes.

“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked, and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for is the greatest poverty.”

From the fact that she left her home in Skopje at the age of 18, from an haute bourgeoisie upper-class family, integrates and accepts to the fact that she finds herself in poverty.

What did she see that night? She could very well become a great advocate like her father’s dream but she finds herself towards God.

Her personal mission was to provide for the physical and spiritual needs of the poorest of the poor while living among them.

Since she was born in a Catholic Christian family, she was a great believer of God and humanity. Although she spends most of her life in the church, she never imagines herself to be a nun one day. When she visited Kolkata (Calcutta), India after completing her work in Dublin her life completely changed.

Along with, teaching school children she worked hard to teach the poor kids of that area. She started her journey of humanity by opening an open-air school where she started teaching poor children. For years, she worked alone without any funds but still continues to teach students.

CHAPTER II HER MISSIONARIES

She becomes a missionary, the symbol of all Christianity, Franciscans, Dominicans, Jesuits, and Benedictines. In her life for others, she redeems her own life of love for others. A story in the old traditions of the east where it comes from, against the attachment to material good.

Mystique by simplicity, as Nietzsche considered the world to be one connected thing, including mankind and nature. He invented the idea of the “will to power”. This idea is that everyone and everything is trying to overcome itself, or defeat or take control from itself.

“Our mission was to care for the hungry, the naked, the homeless, the crippled, the blind, the lepers, all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, uncared for through- out society, people that have become a burden to society and are shunned by everyone.”

For doing this great work of teaching poor and helping needy people she wants a permanent place. This place will serve as her headquarters and a place where poor and homeless can take shelter.

So, with the help of the church and the people, she established a missionary where poor and homeless can live and die in peace. Later on, she manages to open several schools, homes, dispensaries, and hospitals through her NGO both in India and overseas countries.

Mother Teresa wished to keep this inner suffering a secret. She did not confide it to anyone in her immediate entourage. She only revealed her distress in her correspondence with a few priests whom she begged to destroy her letters.

They did not do it because they were all convinced that this testimony was of such truth, that it revealed such faith, such love through this interior night that they had to be kept as proof of its holiness.

Let us add, for those who doubt the miracle of the healing invoked as a condition of her beatification, that this testimony and of course the entire work of Mother Teresa were enough to prove her holiness!

CHAPTER III TODAY, AFTER DEATH OF MOTHER TERESA AND MEMORIAL

Today her owns signature, comes from, the neorealism of illumination, around the notion of a “categorical imperative,” which is a universal ethical principle stating that one should always respect the humanity in others, and that one should only act in accordance with rules that could hold for everyone.

She was an angel of hope for the people but death spares no one. And this gem died serving people in Kolkata (Calcutta). Also, on her death the whole nation shred tears in her memory. With her death the poor, needy, homeless, and weak again become orphans.

Many memorials were made in her honor by the Indian people. Apart from that, foreign countries also make several memorials to give tribute to her.

CHAPTER IV WHERE ARE WE IN THIS STORY?

In one despairing letter to a confidant, she wrote, “Where is my Faith—even deep down right in there is nothing, but emptiness & darkness—My God—how painful is this unknown pain—I have no Faith—I dare not utter the words & thoughts that crowd in my heart—& make me suffer untold agony.”

While such revelations are shocking considering her public image, they have also made Mother Teresa a more relatable and human figure to all those who experience doubt in their beliefs.

Mother Teresa’s life of service in the homily, in all aspects of her life, was a generous dispenser of di- vine mercy, making herself available for everyone through her welcome and defense of human life, those unborn and those abandoned and discarded.

She bowed down before those who were spent, left to die on the side of the road, seeing in them their God-given dignity. She made her voice heard be- fore the powers of this world, so that they might recognize their guilt for the crime of poverty they created.

Building an ecological place today in a sacred place in Albania on the honors of Mother Teresa would be the beginning of another chapter for humanity! This house

will be the connecting point of the universe which be the spiritual ‘home’ in front of the sea for the strongest eternal symbolism.

As she always repeated: Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.

In the end, the question is always the same. What did we do? Is it enough?…

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