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My life, I was more and more walking like a crab, backwards. Lies and more lies, alcohol and more alcohol, crack and more crack 8 , and so on Then on a beautiful Saturday [ And evil shall not exist and God shall wipe all your tears. And death shall no longer exist.

I read these beautiful sentences and on the back of the paper it was written: Jesus loves you and He has a plan for your life! Dear brothers from the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Then I said, let's see if these protestant's churches are really good.

We intend to briefly reconstruct his life course from this point on. Spaces and networks in Pedro's experience: assistance care, work and family Pedro highlighted in our meetings that he tried to show his "transformation from a beggar into a worker" and the influence of religion in this passage: In , I accepted Jesus as my savior, and then a miracle happened in my life. Based on the idea of "transformation" motivated by "accepting Jesus," Pedro highlighted the importance of reconciliation bonds and the different networks that he considered part of this process.

I went to this association, and I started going to the "bocas de rango", then I started sleeping in shelters, because I was not drinking anymore, and I was also not using drugs, then the shelters welcomed me, I was straight there.

I worked for year there. But I could not save any money there, because it was an awful cooperative, some guys used to steal there. So now, by the end of this year, I joined a good cooperative.

I came back home, I'm living with my mother. The social services constituted an important support network. Pedro's relationship with the social services network was marked by his presence in shelters. While reflecting upon his own history, Pedro associated his frequency in such services to the possibility of abstaining himself from using alcohol and other drugs.

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Several times, when talked about his stays in the shelters, he used the expression " they kicked me out," which showed the difficulties he had to remain in these institutions. Two points that called his attention about this service were the rotation of people and the fact that the shelters did not embrace him because he did not adapt to their rules. During field work it was possible to realize that Pedro had a deep knowledge of the social services network and moved inside this circuit according to his needs and to the opportunities provided.

An example of that was his knowledge about the called "bocas de rango" free meals , the quality of the meals and the necessary rules in order to be offered the services.

There are, in the city, a number of situations like this one and only those who are part of this circuit can know about it. At that space he kept his belongings, he washed his clothes, he took a shower, he ate meals and participated in social educational activities and activities that could generate some income.

The intensity of his participation in the service and the type of activity performed were connected to the insertion or not to work, to relationships established with his relatives and to the possibility of adaptation to the institutional rules and interaction with team and users, as well as to the flexibility of the institutional embracement.

Pedro did not mention the AMRMC very much in his reflections, and, when he did, besides acknowledging the support to get his documents and to generate income, while taking part of the government working team, he stated that he used the service "because it was better than staying at home", especially at the time he was unemployed.

He also informed that he liked to go to the AMRMC "to support the others", because he participated in activities to maintain the institution. It is interesting to note that, in order not to depend on his family, Pedro chose to stay at the shelters and go to the AMRMC while he was unemployed. He pointed out, however, that the control over alcohol and drugs consumption was a decisive element for him to go back to his family. Then, my family realized that I was not drinking anymore.

Then my brother invited me to live with him, my older brother. Then I started to live with him and I got a job at the cooperative [bus transportation company].

Then I started to live there, I used to work at the cooperative, and, after a while, my sister in law started to charge me the favor, then I left. Not because of him, because of her! I went back to the shelter.

Then I started to get some bucks and rented a room near the cooperative. Then I was unemployed, the cooperative lost its power, they deceived me. Then I was unemployed and I went back to the shelter. It was through the SDA that he got the job as a bus driver in a company whose owner was also an Adventist.

It is important to point out that the fact that he was working, going to church and could show his family that he was "recovered" were crucial elements to strengthen and maintain his relationship with his relatives.

Even if Pedro considers that the difficulties with the consumption of alcohol are to blame for him not to able to keep the activities that could generate income, as time passed by, he had been subjected to precarious working relationships, without stability and guarantees. This can be understood within a broader social process, which Castel analyzed as new social issue, when he reflected upon the dynamics of social affiliation dynamics based on work, emphasizing, however, the relevance of the degradation process of the wage society.

Pedro experienced this transformation of the labor market himself. Except when in religious events, Pedro dressed the bus driver uniform, even when he was unemployed or on his days off. It seems to be necessary for him to become self confident in this professional world, and that is how he wants to be identified. Historically, not working, laziness and vagrancy have suffered relatively violent restrictions.

According to Castel , p. In the constitution of the wage society, the "vagabond" becomes again, during one or two decades, the infamous counter model that represented in the pre-industrial society: the figure of associability that is necessary to be eradicated, because it does not fit in a society that straightens the work regulations again.

It seems that it is from this image that Pedro tried to be detached from. There is still, according to the author's reflections, the notion of identity construction through the condition of employee, understood beyond salary remuneration, as "the condition from which individuals are placed in the social space" Castel, , p. We agree with this author when he says that, in our society, the work provides identity to people.

Religiosity: SDA and new networks Being a SDA member and following a set of values and practices enables Pedro to belong to a specific group and to share several codes, including family relations codes. During the field work, the intense narratives about the SDA motivated the seek of religious information and a visit to the church he attends. The region concentrates a significant number of Adventist institutions.

This way, Pedro remains in a circuit connected to SDA's practices. Besides attending worship services and Sabbath School, he follows the university events and other church events. Pedro proposed a visit to his church on a Saturday - an unquestionably important day for the Adventist practices and, therefore, in his everyday life organization.

It involved visits to the Sabbath School and attendance to worship services. The parish priest, in turn, explained some of the fundamental postulates of the SDA as well as how he believed Pedro had reorganized himself. Once he knew the Bible principles he just accepted them and started to follow those principles he learned. However, we believe that besides the fact of teaching and in addition to receiving Bible instructions there is the factor, we believe, which is a supernatural factor where God enters, through the Holy Spirit, touching that person's life, working in his own consciousness so that he can be awakened to the need of a change.

On the one hand, the parish priest deemed the factor "supernatural" - which, at other times, Pedro described as "miracle" - and, on the other hand, he deemed the "ethical and moral" principles that were taught. It is worth trying to understand some of these principles, which can support having a better picture of Pedro's situation, as well as having a brief historical background of the SDA religion. As Capellari , p. Born in the messianic movements context in the 19th century, and originated in the U.

That episode was known as "the big disappointment".

A small group continued searching for explanations of the event and they kept the Advent reference. Based on Ellen White's prophetic visions, the adepts joined themselves and then the formation of the Adventist symbolic universe was guided.

According to the official SDA's email address in Brazil 10 , Adventist is a reference to "belief" in Advent, that is, to the belief of a second coming of Jesus to Earth. The parish priest's narrative contributes to this understanding: We accept Jesus Christ as our savior and we are concerned with observing all the Ten Commandments, and among these commandments of God's law, which we believe is an alliance, is the Sabbath commandment as the Lord's day.

Hence our name, "Adventist Church" - because we wait for Jesus' advent, Jesus' return - and "Seventh Day", because we keep the Sabbath day as the Lord's day, as it is registered in Exodus, As it was said, Saturday, under those conditions, is a very special day for that church. It is when the Sabbath School takes place, involving all the baptized and the school members, the ones who are interested in it and future baptism supporters Oliveira Filho, In the Sabbath school, the church benches are divided into classrooms and each classroom has a teacher responsible for leading the study of the day.

Pedro guided us towards the church benches which represented his reference classroom and he introduced us as visitors, which is a distinct category from church members and from the ones who are baptized, easily recognizable by the organization form.

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Then I started to live there, I used to work at the cooperative, and, after a while, my sister in law started to charge me the favor, then I left. Not because of him, because of her! I went back to the shelter. Then I started to get some bucks and rented a room near the cooperative. Then I was unemployed, the cooperative lost its power, they deceived me. Then I was unemployed and I went back to the shelter. It was through the SDA that he got the job as a bus driver in a company whose owner was also an Adventist.

It is important to point out that the fact that he was working, going to church and could show his family that he was "recovered" were crucial elements to strengthen and maintain his relationship with his relatives. Even if Pedro considers that the difficulties with the consumption of alcohol are to blame for him not to able to keep the activities that could generate income, as time passed by, he had been subjected to precarious working relationships, without stability and guarantees. This can be understood within a broader social process, which Castel analyzed as new social issue, when he reflected upon the dynamics of social affiliation dynamics based on work, emphasizing, however, the relevance of the degradation process of the wage society.

Pedro experienced this transformation of the labor market himself. Except when in religious events, Pedro dressed the bus driver uniform, even when he was unemployed or on his days off. It seems to be necessary for him to become self confident in this professional world, and that is how he wants to be identified. Historically, not working, laziness and vagrancy have suffered relatively violent restrictions. According to Castel , p. In the constitution of the wage society, the "vagabond" becomes again, during one or two decades, the infamous counter model that represented in the pre-industrial society: the figure of associability that is necessary to be eradicated, because it does not fit in a society that straightens the work regulations again.

It seems that it is from this image that Pedro tried to be detached from. There is still, according to the author's reflections, the notion of identity construction through the condition of employee, understood beyond salary remuneration, as "the condition from which individuals are placed in the social space" Castel, , p. We agree with this author when he says that, in our society, the work provides identity to people.

Religiosity: SDA and new networks Being a SDA member and following a set of values and practices enables Pedro to belong to a specific group and to share several codes, including family relations codes.

During the field work, the intense narratives about the SDA motivated the seek of religious information and a visit to the church he attends.

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The region concentrates a significant number of Adventist institutions. This way, Pedro remains in a circuit connected to SDA's practices. Besides attending worship services and Sabbath School, he follows the university events and other church events. Pedro proposed a visit to his church on a Saturday - an unquestionably important day for the Adventist practices and, therefore, in his everyday life organization. It involved visits to the Sabbath School and attendance to worship services.

The parish priest, in turn, explained some of the fundamental postulates of the SDA as well as how he believed Pedro had reorganized himself. Once he knew the Bible principles he just accepted them and started to follow those principles he learned.

However, we believe that besides the fact of teaching and in addition to receiving Bible instructions there is the factor, we believe, which is a supernatural factor where God enters, through the Holy Spirit, touching that person's life, working in his own consciousness so that he can be awakened to the need of a change.

On the one hand, the parish priest deemed the factor "supernatural" - which, at other times, Pedro described as "miracle" - and, on the other hand, he deemed the "ethical and moral" principles that were taught.

It is worth trying to understand some of these principles, which can support having a better picture of Pedro's situation, as well as having a brief historical background of the SDA religion. As Capellari , p. Born in the messianic movements context in the 19th century, and originated in the U. That episode was known as "the big disappointment".

A small group continued searching for explanations of the event and they kept the Advent reference. Based on Ellen White's prophetic visions, the adepts joined themselves and then the formation of the Adventist symbolic universe was guided.

According to the official SDA's email address in Brazil 10 , Adventist is a reference to "belief" in Advent, that is, to the belief of a second coming of Jesus to Earth. The parish priest's narrative contributes to this understanding: We accept Jesus Christ as our savior and we are concerned with observing all the Ten Commandments, and among these commandments of God's law, which we believe is an alliance, is the Sabbath commandment as the Lord's day.

Hence our name, "Adventist Church" - because we wait for Jesus' advent, Jesus' return - and "Seventh Day", because we keep the Sabbath day as the Lord's day, as it is registered in Exodus, As it was said, Saturday, under those conditions, is a very special day for that church. It is when the Sabbath School takes place, involving all the baptized and the school members, the ones who are interested in it and future baptism supporters Oliveira Filho, In the Sabbath school, the church benches are divided into classrooms and each classroom has a teacher responsible for leading the study of the day.

Pedro guided us towards the church benches which represented his reference classroom and he introduced us as visitors, which is a distinct category from church members and from the ones who are baptized, easily recognizable by the organization form. The experience let evident the proselytism and the welcome form of the religion. After a while spent in the church, we received several notes with welcome words and invitations to study the Bible.

The practice of "Gospel preaching" to other people is shared by Pedro, who, as the other members, plays an important role in the church. The importance of each member of the church, as well as the explanation about the transformation notion within the Adventist symbolic universe, is referred in the following extract of the parish priest's interview: Then, the church's role today is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ that we believe in.

It is is the only way the human beings have to meet eternal salvation. Logically, any other kind of group can help a person to recover; we believe that it can happen.

However, we believe that Jesus Christ is enough. And as the reason of all problems, even health problems, the starting point is in the mind, we believe that a mentally health person, transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit, understanting the ethics and the moral aspects which are presented in the Bible, that person can find not only a way, a cure for his own soul, for his mind, as well as that person can help other people as well.

Religiousity gives sense to a number of practices and it also promotes new challenges, such as keeping yourself within the "ethical and moral" standards exposed by the parish priest.

Being able to negotiate Saturdays as a non-working day, for example. In Pedro's case, conciliation is possible because he works at a company whose owner is Adventist.

This way, there will always be the need for negotiation in several ways, since it is about meeting different cultural practices within the same society.

As Bhabha suggests, it may be related to the construction of border spaces that allow dialogue and cultural negotiation. The street life experience is not denied either by his family members or by the parish priests. Let us also recall that the relationship between religiosity and healing processes forms an interesting interface for the analysis of that life course.

The issue is complex. Sanchez and Nappo , p. A possible positive influence of religiousness for the rehabilitation of drugs addicts was also found. According to the authors, there is an open field for new researches as the majority of researches found is quantitative and the theme exploration in the Brazilian context could bring new contributions to public health, considering the strong influence of religion in care processes. Final remarks As we reconstitute Pedro's life history, its circuits and "pieces" of belonging have become apparent and revealed several alternatives that he could create, even in vulnerability situations.

Our collaborator, by sharing codes and symbols, becomes part of certain circuits that surpass care and seem to contribute to building and strengthening interconnected and interdependent networks and identities. The social participation varied forms we observed in Pedro's life course showed us a complex network and movements searching for exchanges in different sectors of society.

The participation in the care network services, for example, did not configure itself as the only resource used and it did not mean dependency relationship, which is a situation often attributed to its users. In that trajectory, religiosity seemed to provide important bases to build collective identity and belonging.

The study of social networks formed by people in permanent presence or interaction with street situation can be enriched if the approach captures, besides the work and housing dimensions, those dimensions of religion, culture, leisure and political participation in specific social movements.

There is a need to understand, in depth, the complexity of the dynamics of social dissociation and of opposed movements to this in order to contribute to building practices that aim at equating the difficulties faced by the social group at issue.

It remains the challenge and the need to produce, from dialogue relations, situations which avoid people being forced to live on the streets as well as building collective alternatives. The authors have worked together throughout the whole paper. Understanding ethnographic texts.

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London: Sage Publications, O poder da identidade. Final remarks As we reconstitute Pedro's life history, its circuits and "pieces" of belonging have become apparent and revealed several alternatives that he could create, even in vulnerability situations.

According to the official SDA's email address in Brazil 10 , Adventist is a reference to "belief" in Advent, that is, to the belief of a second coming of Jesus to Earth. Kingdom of Angola. I went to this association, and I started going to the "bocas de rango", then I started sleeping in shelters, because I was not drinking anymore, and I was also not using drugs, then the shelters welcomed me, I was straight there. Religiosity: SDA and new networks Being a SDA member and following a set of values and practices enables Pedro to belong to a specific group and to share several codes, including family relations codes.

Le Guin: The ways of speaking reveal group belonging to one region, one age group, among other things; so, the grammar "mistakes" were kept in some cases. The region concentrates a significant number of Adventist institutions.

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