I cannot possibly say it any better than NY Magazine:
With the owners of the Empire State Building firm in their decision not to light up for Mother Teresa’s 100th birthday, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum — a former aircraft carrier that served in World War II and the Vietnam War — has stepped up to the plate, because it also has lights that can change color, apparently. “The aircraft carrier museum is illuminated red, white and blue most nights, so the staff will simply replace their red lighting with additional blue and white lights,” the Post reports. And with that, Mother Teresa’s soul can finally be at peace.
Because when I think Mother Teresa, I think engine of death and pain.