Romans blamed “The Ides of March” for the all kinds of things, mostly unpleasant. English myth talks about “mad March hares” which run around, aimlessly, in fields where they would normally hide.
But we can think of March as the month where we will see the first signs of spring (at least those of us above the equator can), half way from the longest night to the longest day and with shoots appearing and the first lambs of the season.
So, March is also a time of renewal – and perfect for fresh ideas, hence “The Ideas of March.”
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