What do we need to overcome a life of solidarity? Give at least 3 and justify your answer., Example:, 1. RELIGION- this is what we need to overcome a life of solidarity because it provides social cohesion and social control to maintain society.

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What do we need to overcome a life of solidarity? Give at least 3 and justify your answer.


Example:
1. RELIGION- this is what we need to overcome a life of solidarity because it provides social cohesion and social control to maintain society.

Answer:

1. Pray for a deeper understanding of solidarity.    

As you prepare for and eventually make your pilgrimage, pause daily to remember why you are undergoing this experience. Pray that God will open your heart to others. Begin with this prayer for pilgrimages (en Español) to help you get started.    


2. Go out of your way to greet other people.

When else will you have the opportunity to meet people from all over the world at one time? As you participate and travel to WYD events, you will meet people from many different countries. Use the moments when you’re waiting to take a train or for an event to start as opportunities for encounter with others. Greet the folks near you and try to creatively interact with them, even if you don’t speak the same language. You might try singing songs—like Alleluia or Taizé songs—or praying the rosary at the same time, in your own language. You could also try to play a simple game together that doesn’t require language. Your group can play it first as other people watch and learn, and then motion to them to join in.

3. Offer your pilgrimage for people around the world who are suffering most.

Sacrifice is a part of pilgrimage. Though it’s a privilege to participate in WYD, the experience may not be luxurious. Odds are high that you will sleep on a floor packed with other pilgrims, will be served food you don’t like, and will spend a lot of time waiting. Rather than complain in these moments, try approaching these inconveniences as opportunities to pray for others, like refugees, who have fled their home countries and do not have consistent access to housing or food, or who are stuck waiting for long periods of time to receive services.

Explanation: (PA BRAINLIEST)

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