Well, well, well, my gut reaction is to say I disagree in part! This may be a first in the fortune cookie journey!
I agree time is a great healer, although in the midst or wake of a difficult situation, it feels terribly unlikely!
However I disagree that time is no beauty specialist.
I think that lines tell a story. What can be more beautiful than laughter lines? I want more of them because I love laughing with my friends. What about frown lines?…don’t they develop when we empathise with someone, or when we have felt things so strongly it becomes etched on our face?
I don’t know but I don’t think we can live fully without our story being written on our face, and just like a map we read that story intuitively.
The cult of youth has been and forever shall be, (I suspect), most covetted by society in general. However, as we are living longer, I think we need to redress this and look for the beauty of wisdom and experience and with that may come lines and grey hair.
My Nanna was very old when she died but I thought she was still a beauty and she had had many tragedies to overcome in her life.