All right, the times go bad, the times go good, but the eternal things, like poetry or architecture, go on. And, they will go on. That is one of the great things about being connected to an art as great as architecture. It’s your desire — Plato’s words — desire for immortality. That’s what keeps you going, not sex. It doesn’t make any difference anyhow at my age, but it’s not important as a drive, Mr. Freud to the contrary notwithstanding. Plato was right. Everybody has a desire for immortality. So when you die isn’t very important. Because your immortality — what did you do when you were here that made any sense?