Is there any proverb like this? I didn't find on net or anywhere. What does this mean?
Is there any proverb like this? I didn't find on net or anywhere. What does this mean?

A rolling stone gathers no moss.
"A rolling stone gathers no moss" has been explained as: "A person who never stays long in one place will never be encumbered by responsibilities. Conversely, the person who is on the move all the time will never accomplish much either. The proverb is based on the Latin: Saxum volutum non obducitur musco. It has been traced back to around the first century B.C. (Publilius Syrus). In 1546, it was included in John Heywood's book of proverbs. First cited in the United States in 1721 in 'A Word of Comfort to a Melancholy Country' by John Wise (1652-1725)." From "Random House Dictionary of Popular Proverbs and Sayings" by Gregory Y. Titelman,1996). (Ref: (1), cited at (2))

See also
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A rolling stone gathers no moss

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(1) http://phrases.shu.ac.uk/bulletin board/6/messages/1129.html (2) http://www.levitt.co.uk/v3.html