A rolling stone gathers no moss

BBB Johannes Deimling, "a rolling stone gathers no moss #8"

BBB Johannes Deimling

Festivals: M:ST 7.

The English proverb “A rolling stone gathers no moss” can have both a positive or a negative acceptation, on one hand being in a constant state of movement means to keep on evolving, changing without letting time impose its traces, on the other to be a perpetual wanderer implies do not have the capacity to settle down some necessary roots. BBB Johannes Deimling accepts both the meanings of this sentence, and sum-up them in a third option: to be involved in a constant movement does not mean to not have roots, rather to spread those roots everywhere.

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