What a human ever has been, has something to do with his thoughts, and his imaginations of many kinds. You can just be a human in the variations in human nature, when you are living and working at earth. And you choose what to do, and how to make orientations in nature in the human nature.
So, Julius Caesar, who was really that kind of guy in human nature? He was a Roman military leader, a politician, an author and a dictator. He played an important and crucial role in the gradual transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire and the empire. He was not actually a emperor, but he had his offices with the framework of the republic. And anything to say and to write was in his mind, but the people around him had to give him some messages.
Julius Caesar was born in Rome in Italy in the year 100 before Christ, and he was killed on the 15 March in the year 44 before Christ, and therefore he was 56 years old when he died. Julius Caesar was killed in the place called for Largo di Torre Argentina in Rome in Italy. And the burial place for him was in Julius Caesars Temple in Rome in Italy. He was married three times, and his first wife was Cornelia Cinnilla, and thereafter it was Pompeia Sulla and so Calpurnia Pisonis. He had several children from his marriages, and these were Augustus, Caesarion and Julia Caesaris. But although many people are meaning these things of Julius Caesar’s life, there are also historian mentioning that they are in doubt on whether he had one wife or several wifes. And Shakespeare is telling us that Julius Caesar actually did just have one wife!
But what are the known statements of Julius Caesar’s life? There are several of them, and Julius Caesar made the tradition of being known in the traces that he searched in human nature, and therefore many of us know something of him today. And the most known statement from him is probably: «Also you my son, Brutus». And Julius Caesar said that when Brutus became one of his assassins. So, Brutus was active and engaged with killing Julius Caesar! But Julius Caesar is a hero in many places around the world today, and many people have dwelled with his life, and used their time with their hearts and brains to think about him. Another known statement of Julius Caesar was happening in the year 47 before Christ. And he was coming to a war, and when winning that war he said: «I came, I saw, I won». Julius Caesar used this expression as a whole text when he should report to the Roman Senate after he had made a victory over Pharnaces II of the Kingdom of Pontus in the Battle of Zela. And any war should be won regardless of what the content of the war really is.
Another famous statement of Julius Caesar is that one should start at doing big task, and not think too much about it. You can dare and hope for a task based on what is possible, and the quality of what you have done, and ever can do, is being evaluated of the competence that is available in the world, and therefore this statement can be used in daily work, or in different scientific disciplines. And we should not have too high expectations about different works, because many people can have thought about it from before, and many people can be dwelled about if from before. Skills and cognitions and emotions and actions are always in human nature, and also the philosophy of art.
We also have the popular statement: «The die is cast» from Julius Caesar, and that means that the future is determined, and when you have done an important and a crucial decision, there is no going back. We should be friends with many people here at earth, and when we have done something important for the humanity, or we have done some important tasks, we should stand for it forever, and as Einstein says: «You are new to the problem at each time, because what you are from time to time has changed». So, let us remind Julius Caesar, and also read the contributions of his life in some of William Shakespeare’s literature. We are always surrounded by literature, and the life is what we are doing with it.
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