There was an anecdote that was shared by a colleague, which I believe is a perfect example of how family’s changing and how some families have problems to deal with it. It was actually a business in the US, I won’t say where it was, and there were two kids, and the son was groomed to become the successor. He was very smart, and he got an MBA and it was a quite large business, and then one day he came to his father, he’d started working in the business, and one day, I have to tell you Dad, I’m gay. Ok, now it’s done, I wanted to tell you, I felt so bad about it, let’s go back. And the father said, I’m conservative, I can’t cope with that, that’s terrible, you’re not anymore part of the family. Leave, there’s no future for you here. And it happened not too long ago, by the way, a few years ago. That son was kicked out of the family. So the father said I don’t want to have contact with you, you’re gone. 2 generation differences. So now there was only the daughter left, and the daughter actually was studying something different, but she realized it’s a big business, a responsibility for the community, there’s always the father, and she decided to change her plan of studies, which is not very common, but she did it, and she got into business, and she got her MBA degree, she was doing really well and she was strong in the business because she was a few years younger than her brother. And then the father got very sick. He had actually planned to retire earlier, but when the son got kicked out of the family, there was no more successor, he had to stay on for a few years longer. He got so seriously sick that it was wasn’t clear he’d survive, and he had kidney issues if I remember correctly. And then it became clear that his best chance of survival was if someone would donate a kidney to him. Well the son wasn’t heard of anymore, there was no more contact with him, but the daughter was nice, not only that she was getting ready to succeed him, she offered to donate a kidney. So they got her into the hospital and when they did the test, they came back and they said I’m sorry to tell you, she’s not your daughter, she can’t donate a kidney. The marriage was up in the air, the relationship with the daughter was up in the air, the son was long gone, and what happened to the business was completely open. And I can just tell you that if you are seriously sick and just realizing everything you’ve done in your life can very easily fall apart within the next days or weeks, makes you think. And I think it’s one of the examples that very often the older generation, the baby boomers still believe in family values that are representative or what was going on in the 1950’s and 60’s, and the new generation has a very different perception of family. Not all of them, but many of them, and sometimes there is a big gap in between that.