Unfortunately, the image of Mother Teresa that comes across in "ReachingOut in Love" is that of a Delphic oracle crossed with a Hallmark cardfactory. What are we to make of the tale of the man who lost his passport?Mother Teresa pulled every possible bureaucratic string to help him get anew one--and when the new passport came through, she attributed it to the power of prayer alone. Particularly strange is Mother Teresa'smedical advice. There's one story in which she strongly advises a priestwith an ulcer against having surgery, recommending instead that he drinkmilk and eat biscuits. He does so, and the ulcer disappears. Is thissupposed to be a miracle--or can it simply be attributed to thecurative power of milk and biscuits?