Stumbling and dripping blood from gashes of not only the flesh but of the soul Caesar makes his way towards his friend. Then the tear into Caesar most unkindly of all comes from Brutus. As Brutus hacked at his friend the thought most probably farthest from his mind was loyalty. Most people have to face the moral ramification of loyalty, betrayal, and mistrust.
When you stand by a friend threw thick and thin you are
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one his fight while Brutus lay dead. Mistrust will simply lead to demise, weather it be your demise or that of your idea.
Because Brutus did not understand the concepts of loyalty, betrayal, and mistrust he was unprepared for the consequences. If Brutus had been a better friend he and Caesar would have lived out their days in peace and tranquillity. I think the only person Brutus has to blame for his loss is himself.