My unspoken inner sorrows were then given to God, praying for answers, healing, and peace.
People rebuilding their lives after prison are “the healing agents, the antibodies,” he said.
Parents, I cannot stress this enough: the healing process starts with you.
Locavorism, far from healing what ails us, is a recipe for widespread human misery and ecological disaster.
I've probably found the most healing from working on my ability to connect with women.
If there exists such a thing as the "gift of healing," Greatrakes appears to have possessed it.
In the forest is found the copaiba-tree, producing a healing liquid.
Such in the days of old were the shrines, whither pilgrims travelled for the healing of their souls.
A physician can't heal the sick unless there's healing in his own soul.
Through wellnigh three centuries, the gifts of healing appear to have been, more or less, recognized and exercised in the Church.
"restoration to health," Old English hæling; see heal. Figurative sense of "restoration of wholeness" is from early 13c.; meaning "touch that cures" is from 1670s.
v. healed, heal·ing, heals
To restore to health or soundness; cure.
To become well; return to sound health.