The saying, "beware of the ides of March" came from Shakespeare in his play "Julius Caesar". That was the date that Caesar's enemies, some senators who must not have agreed with the way he was running things, planned on killing him.
Of course, other important things happened on this date, also as they do on every day. Andrew Jackson (1767), Jimmy Swaggart (1935), Fabio (1961), and lots of others were born on this date. Of course lots of people died on this date, also. Elizabeth Taylor, Lloyd Bridges, Aristotle Onassis, and others. CBS cancelled the "ED Sullivan Show" (1971). I could go on and on but the point is, that on any day, there have been good and bad, huge and tiny, funny and sad, mysterious and expected things happen every day of every year. So, just live today and have a good one, you hear?