By Sana Badri
We’ve all heard them or read them. Tales of miraculous moments where a person bestowed with special favours from God or nature lays their hands on the afflicted and relieves them of their pain and suffering. Stories of healers allow people to hold on to hope for a better future.
Although healing does not happen that way for us, it's no less miraculous that we survive the world with the odds stacked against us so cruelly. It is in this daily survival, in the seemingly mundane tasks on our daily grind to pay rent and make ends meet, to hold on to our loved ones and make the best of time as it passes us by, that we heal ourselves and each other.
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