'Keep young and beautiful, it's your duty to be beautiful, keep young and beautiful if you want to be loved.' This week, I am quoting the lyrics of Al Dubin. Though this ditty was more recently revised by Annie Lennox, it stems from the 1920s and stands as a musical tribute to the ghastly idea that style matters more than substance, and that appearance should take priority over integrity. Happily, you are not the kind of person to live by such a superficial ethos. What matters today, is not what something seems to be... but what it is.