BUST OF JANUS.
Janus can also represent time itself with one face looking forward into the future and the other seeing the past. Ergo, the month January gets its name from Janus, (as the first month, he can see the upcoming year as well as the events of the previous one).
Additionally, Janus was worshipped at the beginning of harvest and planting season, plus, marriages, births and other beginnings. He also acted as an intermediary between; barbarity and civilization, rural and urban concerns and clashes of the young and old.
Apparently there was a recent Afghan holiday in which giving to the under privileged is encouraged. A man was driving his car and saw somebody selling a camel. He bought the camel, had it slaughtered and brought it to an impoverished part of his town.
THIS IS A STOCK PHOTO OF A CAMEL...NOT THE CAMEL IN QUESTION
His good deed fed many hungry people. His good deed also killed 23 of them and sickened many more. Later, it was discovered that this was a diseased camel, suffering from anthrax. Those who partook in the holiday feast, experienced severe symptoms and those who succumbed, died within a few hours.