A rolling stone gathers no moss

The original proverb for a rolling stone gathers no moss is believed to have originated by Publius Syrus (a 1st century Latin writer). Perhaps more elegant and flowing in Latin, it went like this

People who are always moving, with no roots in one place, avoid responsibilities and cares.

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