A rolling stone gathers no moss.
An old proverb that, traditionally, was meant as a reprimand for people who didn’t have their roots in one place and tended to avoid responsibility.
For Bob Dylan, it made a good theme for the story of a woman who had everything and then lost it.
But, maybe it’s not such a bad thing. After all, sitting in one place covered in moss is hardly an appealing prospect. There’s a lot more to life than that isn’t there?
Maybe being a rolling stone means that you’re never stuck to one place, one time, one idea. It means moss is never going to cover your eyes, you get to witness life fly past you, and you get to see things you’d never see, and do things you’d never do.
A good way to start something, I think.