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    a rolling stone

    "A rolling stone gathers no moss."
    Do you interprete this in a positive
    meaning or a negative meaning?
    1. Change is good.
    2. Change is no good.
    Thank you.

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    Re: a rolling stone

    Negative.
    A person who does not apply himself to a task is not likely to achieve very much.
    Frank

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    Re: a rolling stone

    It can be positive to me.


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    Re: a rolling stone

    Thank you very much, everybody.

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