On the other hand mother teresa was not physically

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On the other hand, Mother Teresa was not physically strong, as we often view heroes as, but she was mentally strong. As a frail, elderly woman she was similarly intelligent, sympathetic, resolute, self-sacrificing, and courageous. The women of her order and the people she saved viewed her as someone they could depend on as a leader during life-or-death situations. Through acts of valor, Thomas was able to accomplish many goals while in the Glade. He gained the trust of the Gladers, became a runner without going through the usual process, and he was eventually able to defeat the grievers and solve the maze, helping several of his friends escape. Mother Teresa was known for her courageous acts, helping the sick and needy find shelter and care. Her order established a hospice; centers for the blind, aged, and disabled; and a leper colony. She sacrificed herself to help others in need. Without the dedication of both of these heroes, the people they assisted would not have fared so well. For all of their hard work and dedication, these two heroes left lasting impressions on the people whose lives they touched. Thomas would always be remembered for helping the Gladers solve the maze, and for helping them find a way to “freedom” outside the maze. In particular, Thomas had saved Minho and Alby from their night with the grievers locking in the maze. Mother Teresa will be remembered by the patients and the families of the people she offered care to. They are remembered for their sacrifices and their ability to assist others in distress. Thomas and Mother Teresa share similarities and differences. They both offered hope and assistance to others and left lasting legacies because of their physical and mental strengths. These two heroes are perfect examples of heroes.
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