Mother Teresa will instruct her daughter to “say no to drugs” and tell her, “You don’t have to live with them” during a family prayer, according to a video posted to Facebook.

The video, which has been shared more than 8,500 times, was posted on Mother Teresa, who died in 2005.

In the video, the spiritual leader of the world’s oldest nunnery, Sister Simone Campbell, speaks about how “the mother” and “the child” need to learn to “stand up for themselves” when it comes to drugs.

“You don.t have to be a drug addict, but you do have to stand up for yourself when it’s time to say no,” she says.

“I have a message for my daughter: If you have a problem, I’m not going to let you use drugs.

If you don’t want drugs, I will not use them for you.

I am not going, and I will never use drugs for you,” she continues.

“If you don.’t want to be around drugs, you can stay home, don’t go to a party, don.

T.I. can’t be around.

That’s why I am saying to you, ‘I am not using drugs.'””

You will be OK, Mother Teresa said.

You will be strong.

I will always be with you, because I am with you.”

The video ends with the spiritual director saying, “I know you are strong.”