How do we visualise being in solidarity with?

As our societies move towards states of perpetual crisis, to be in solidarity with, appears as a frequent form. A form becomes a necessity while it has to be conceived and controlled. 

While we tend to organise our behaviour in systems in order to understand them, autonomous practices seem to be at odds within this organisation.

Whenever I am asked to reflect on, solidarity always visualises in the form of a metaphor, offered to me by a colleague and friend from the Open School for Immigrants of Piraeus. 

To be in solidarity with is for me to be there for you and for you to be there for someone else.

Thus the shape is always an open shape, the points of giving and caring do not produce a closed shape, these lines/ curves of action do not meet.

We do not start and end at the same point and we grow as an open form.