Ides of March

“In the ancient Roman calendar, each of the 12 months of the year had an “ides.” In March, May, July and October, the “ides” fell on the 15th day. In every other month, the “ides” fell on the 13th. The word “ides” was derived from the Latin “to divide.” The “ides” were originally meant to mark the full moon – but since the solar calendar months and lunar months were of different lengths, the “ides” quickly lost their original intent and purpose.”

Näin mielestäni täysikuun laivan kannelta.

Olen alkanut kärsiä aikatauluista ja ajasta.
Taidan luopua kellon ja kalenterin seuraamisesta.
Mikäli jokin asia ei onnistu sen vuoksi, etten jatkuvasti sinkoile henkeni hädässä sinne tänne, ei sen tarvitsekaan onnistua.