Today is “The Ides of March,” and I have this ominous feeling about this day, but in reality is this day any different than any other day? And here is a quote from one of my previous entries on this date: “The thought here is: If Julius Caesar would have had a little more luck the day he was killed, or heeded this warning: ‘by a seer to be on his guard against a great peril on the Ides of March.’ William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar would not have had this line: ‘beware the Ides of March.’ This has brought superstition and fear into this day.“
Although I have no idea why I’ve chosen this title for today? Other than the fact that today is March 15th, and I feel the need to write about this quote today to “Beware the Ides of March.” But I am sure that there must be some other reason: Like just to get some writing practice and to post something in my blog today.
This ominous feeling that I was telling you about previously, reminds me of when I’ve got nothing to write about in my blog post, and I just don’t know what to say? But then really, I’m just making too much of a “to do” about writing in my blog every day and I should be enjoying the fact that my blog post is complete.
Thanks for Listening,