'No more tears,' the shampoo advertisement in the early 1990s promised. The brilliant smile of Barbara Piasecka Johnson, widow of the pharmaceutical tycoon and, at the time, one of the richest women in the world, gave hope that the painful process of political transformation would also cause no tears. Barbara's visit to Poland embodied the American dream and the enflamed Polish religious yearning. A hope for a miracle. The visit of a healer. A collective therapy. An attempt to wake up. A dream.