Sune, well put. Each of us is a wholly different universe, and as such, as you say, some of us look eighty when we’re 40, and the other way around. What genuinely matters- and what gets lost in this youth obsessed society- is that eventually for ALL of us- is that we’re going to wrinkle up. Unless you and I have access to an awfully good plastic surgeon anyway. But that doesn’t change or improve what’s on our souls, in our souls, expressed by our souls. That’s the pity of it. It’s not how we look. It’s our character that counts. Thanks for your comments.