Queen Victoria once said, "Great events make me quiet and calm; it is only trifles that irritate my nerves." But sometimes even the seemingly mundane event can have a life-changing impact. Had Newton not pondered about the apple which fell on his head, the world would have remained unknown to the concept of gravity. Each incident is connected in one way or the other to the happenings of the past and the ones that will occur in the future. We cannot isolate history and make history. It is important to learn from the mistakes that have been made earlier so that they are not repeated. The day March 25th is one where many significant events have occurred and it looks like a good place to start while we on our quest to make history. From the discovery of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn to the ascension of Robert the Bruce in Scotland, this day has also stood witness to catastrophic earthquakes and man-made disasters. It was on March 25th that Pakistan defeated the national cricket team of England to clinch the Cricket World Cup. For more such interesting tidbits from the past, tune in to Today in History!