At the Home for the Dying in Calcutta, Mother Teresa often cared for the residents as they approached the end. As she was ministering to one illness-ravaged man, a visitor overheard her whisper a few words to him. "You say a prayer in your religion, and I will say a prayer as I know it," she said. "Together we will say this prayer and it will be something beautiful for God." These gentle words of solace and care provide us with a glimpse of a Mother Teresa often overlooked -- the universal teacher of prayer. With this deeply profound collection of her writings on prayer, Mother Teresa offers guidance and inspiration for people of all faiths seeking to walk a spiritual path. The first and only book devoted to Mother Teresa's teachings on prayer, it is interfaith in orientation and appeals equally to Catholics, Protestants, disenchanted Christians, people of non-Christian faith traditions, and unaffiliated spiritual seekers.