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y Sanamdeep Aujla Explain how taking part in the activities you have chosen would affect a christian in their day to day life. How do christians differ in their attitudes towards pilgrimage.

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AO2 by Sanamdeep Aujla Explain how taking part in the activities you have chosen would affect a christian in their day to day life. How do christians differ in their attitudes towards pilgrimage. Christians see a pilgrimage as an important part of their spiritual discipline. They visit the scenes of events that are part of their spiritual life. Christians may feel deep satisfaction that they have been able to visit and worship in holy places. People see prayer as a way of approaching God; Some Christians use another method of praying. Rosary is a method of prayer used to remember the mysteries on events on the lives of Jesus and Mary at pilgrimages such as Lourdes. Some sites of pilgrimage, such as Lourdes in France, have a history for healing. ...read more.

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This deepens the person's relationship with god. I will now bring out the different awareness and attitudes towards pilgrimage. I believe that a pilgrimage can be defined as a holiday, as the prefix, "holi" means sacred, but people may use it in a context of a vocation, but most tourists will want to visit a pilgrimage such as Lourdes for the experience of such a famous pilgrimage. Pilgrimages have affected Christians with their day to day life. People come back in an energizing mood and feeling closer to their religion. Most pilgrims come back with their queries resolved upon their faith. A group experience will benefit a person; you are interacting with people who believe in the same faith as you. This helps you when you are practicing Christianity as you are sharing new ideas with other Christian faiths around the world and can also help you understand God better. ...read more.

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Many Christians bring about swimming costumes so that they can experience the strange buoyancy of water in which it is impossible to sink due to the river Jordon's salty water. In conclusion, the above points summarizes that pilgrimage is a journey of finding. Some may feel deep satisfaction that they have been able to visit and worship n holy places. They may find that when they hear passages from the bible they can picture the sites where the events took place. Some are so moved by the experience that their faith is alive as never before. Others may find their attitude to their faith does not change at all. Some Christians believe that their whole life is a pilgrimage that is leading them towards God. They believe their experiences are teaching their family about God and helping them to become closer to him. ...read more.

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