I will do it because I love Caesar, but I love Rome more."
You may never be presented with a crown again, you should go!
I will go.
Do not go! I have had a dream, you will be murdered!
As Caesar left the cheering crowd with Marc Antony, He came across an old, weathered man. Bowing his head he said to Caesar " Beware the ides of March." Paying little attention to this comment Caesar laughed and said "He is a believer, let us leave him. He strode of fearing nothing of what the old man had said.
Cassius came to Brutus's house at night with the people he had persuaded to help him kill Caesar. Brutus asked if he knew them, "every one of them." Cassius replied. Brutus agreed to help them kill Caesar for the good of the people saying: "I love him but I love Rome more" With that, it was time for the company to part.
Caesar was called to the senate to b presented with a crown. His wife begged him not to go. She had had a dream that Caesar would be murdered. Caesar was about to agree with her when in walked his adviser (he was really with Cassius and making sure that Caesar would go so that they could stab him), he insisted that the senate may not be willing to offer Caesar a crown again. Eventually Caesar made up his mind - he would go.