"A rolling stone gathers no moss." It's an old proverb, credited to Publilius Syrus, who wrote, "People who are always moving, with no roots in one place, avoid responsibilities and cares." As such, the proverb is often interpreted as referring to figurative nomads who avoid taking on responsibilities or cultivating or advancing their own knowledge, experience, or culture.
Then again ~
Another interpretation equates the "moss" to "stagnation"; as such the proverb can also refer to those who keep moving as never lacking for fresh ideas or creativity.
So which is it? Always moving - avoiding responsibilities, or always on the move - never lacking fresh ideas?
Today's the big, exciting day to see who has revealed their A2Z Challenge theme. What's your theme??