“It is not in the stars to hold our destiny,
but in ourselves.”
Try searching for this quotation and you will easily get a hundred entries attributing it to Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. You'll even find it on a Top Ten List of Favorite Shakespeare Quotes.
Yet a complete word search of the text of Julius Caesar reveals not a single instance of the word destiny. What's going on here? A different edition or something? Here's how it really goes:
But in ourselves, that we are underlings."
Julius Caesar, Act I, Scene ii
Mosaics, as previously displayed on back garden wall
see additional blog posts: "Secret Garden" & "Scary Hair"