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Be, better than you thought you ever could be, the most important role of your life, if blessed with the opportunity, is that of a Parent. ~MS

Be, better than you thought you ever could be, the most important role of your life, if blessed with the opportunity, is that of a Parent. ~MS

Female African Leaders | Ladies Of Leaders: The Amazing Women Behind Our History Makers!

Ladies Of Leaders: The Amazing Women Behind Our History Makers!

© Bettman / CORBIS, June 27, 1982, Mother Teresa releasing peace dove, Toronto  Mother Teresa and Robert Morgan, on behalf of Youth Corps, release a dove as a symbol for peace in front of 20,000 people at Varsity Stadium.

© Bettman / CORBIS, June 27, 1982, Mother Teresa releasing peace dove, Toronto Mother Teresa and Robert Morgan, on behalf of Youth Corps, release a dove as a symbol for peace in front of 20,000 people at Varsity Stadium.

"A Big Discovery": Mother Teresa's Secret Mystical Visions of Jesus | ChurchPOP     “She was so united with Jesus that she was able to radiate not her love, but Jesus’ love through her, and with a human expression.”

"A Big Discovery": Mother Teresa's Secret Mystical Visions of Jesus | ChurchPOP “She was so united with Jesus that she was able to radiate not her love, but Jesus’ love through her, and with a human expression.”

Jack Layton (1950 – 2011) was born in Montreal and raised in nearby Hudson, Quebec.  He was a Canadian social democratic politician and Leader of the Official Opposition. He was leader of the New Democratic Party from 2003 to 2011, and previously sat on Toronto City Council, occasionally holding the title of "Acting Mayor" or "Deputy Mayor" of Toronto during his tenure as city councillor.[1] He was the Member of Parliament for Toronto—Danforth from 2004 until his death.

Jack Layton (1950 – 2011) was born in Montreal and raised in nearby Hudson, Quebec. He was a Canadian social democratic politician and Leader of the Official Opposition. He was leader of the New Democratic Party from 2003 to 2011, and previously sat on Toronto City Council, occasionally holding the title of "Acting Mayor" or "Deputy Mayor" of Toronto during his tenure as city councillor.[1] He was the Member of Parliament for Toronto—Danforth from 2004 until his death.

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