How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
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Look With Your Heart: Lessons from My Time with My Grandmother

Look With Your Heart: Lessons from My Time with My Grandmother

Sep 1, 2019-- In 2003 theater artist Mia Tagano relocated to California from NYC to be with her grandmother who was living with dementia. Over the next sixteen years she would navigate the poignant territory of loving and caring for someone she could not build shared memories with, someone who would open Mia's heart to life's deepest lessons, someone she would learn to love tenderly, diligently, and unconditionally in the ever present now. What follows is one of the many inspiring stories Mia has shared with her wide circle of friends and well-wishers about her beloved soul friend, teacher and grandmother. (35292 reads)


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Take ActionCherish your loved ones today and all days. Mia's grandmother peacefully passed this Saturday. If you'd like you can send Mia a note, honoring the generosity with which she shared her grandmother's spirit and their beautiful relationship with the world. [more]



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