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Mother Theresa of Calcutta has well said, “We must not drift away from the humble works, because these are the works nobody will do. It is never too small. We are so small we look at things in a very small way. But God, being Almighty, sees everything great. Even if you write a letter for the blind man, or just go and sit and listen, or you take the mail for them, or you visit somebody–small things–or wash clothes for somebody or clean the house. Very humble work, that is where you and I must be. For there are many people who can do big things. But there are very few people who…

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