To go from a familiar thing into the unknown, is always a matter for apprehension.
People want a guilty person. If there has been a crime, they want to know who did it.
It is remarkable, I have since thought, how once a man has a few coins, no matter how he came by them, he thinks right away he is entitled to them, and to whatever they can buy, and fancies himself cock of the walk.
It is not always the one who strikes the blow, that is the actual murderer.
Guilt comes to you not from the things you have done, but from the things others have done to you.