Best 384 of Nothing quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Conn Iggulden

There was no destiny in life, nothing beyond what a man could take and hold for himself.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Hannah More

Twas doing nothing was his curse. Is there a vice can plague us worse?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Patrick Rothfuss

Nothing was nothing else. Nothing was anything it shouldn’t be.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Nitya Prakash

We were almost everything. How does almost everything become nothing?

By Anonym 20 Sep

Nitya Prakash

Your ego should mean nothing when someone means everything to you.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. S. Eliot

There is nothing at all to be done about it, There is nothing to do about anything.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Andy Warhol

I could have told her that if something is disappointing I know it's not nothing because nothing is not disappointing.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Petra Hermans

Lost spirits lived for Nothing, by Nothing and because of Nothing, at All.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Julion Okram

Beware of leaders who prefer controlling 100 % of nothing over sharing a fortune.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James C. Dobson

Beautiful, enticing, forbidden fruit will be offered to you when your "hunger" is greatest. If you are foolish enough to reach for it, your fingers will sink into the rotten mush on the back side. That's the way sin operates in our lives. It promises everything. It delivers nothing but disgust and heartache.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Frederick The Great

As to your Newton, I confess I do not understand his void and his gravity; I admit he has demonstrated the movement of the heavenly bodies with more exactitude than his forerunners; but you will admit it is an absurdity to maintain the existence of Nothing. [Letter to Voltaire, 25 Nov. 1777]

By Anonym 19 Sep

Will Advise

The way to be invisible - is to truly be imaginary. But since you cannot imagine yourself, you have to clone your imagination into being an image of yourself. Imagine that.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Joshua Edward Smith

A marriage takes work. You have to constantly put energy into it to keep it from falling apart. Going nowhere takes energy. Stability isn't what you get when you do nothing. It's what you can hope to achieve when you work hard.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Felix Wantang

Those who engage in deception generally have nothing good to offer; Satan has nothing good to offer humanity. John 8:44

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rachel Hartman

She wanted to talk about it, to tell the peasants in the fields and the nobles in their palashos—the cows in the pastures, the very birds in the air— that everything was nothing. It was a delightful thought because it meant (to Tess) that one was free to choose, or decline to choose, without shame or coercion. For someone who was nothing, anything was possible.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Deyth Banger

Yesterday, I was feeling fine... I was into the mood of eating... drinking... but today... I am not interested into eating or drinking or walking... watching... nothing... how does that happen? ... Am I dieing?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jeffrey G. Duarte

How are you treating those from whom you need nothing?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

If you are God’s, there is nothing impossible for you

By Anonym 16 Sep

Daniel Kemp

If one adds a word to a blank sheet of paper but it's left on its own it means nothing. If it’s joined by another word it could start to gather momentum. Now if several words are placed together creating meaning and then sprinkled with soul one could have developed purpose. Look into that purpose and you may find the writer.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ayn Rand

If you write a line of zeroes, it´s still nothing.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Pierre-claude-victor Boiste

One who has lost confidence can lose nothing more.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Dan Carr

Becoming nothing and no one was something she knew how to do.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Will Advise

The only way to efficiently battle evil is to copy enough to know how to counter each argument, yet not enough to believe all the bullshit.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Alan Heathcock

The projector's beam lay warm on Walt's neck, and he knew they'd all been plucked from danger and love, from another time, another place, and set back into this dark, sticky-floored theater, in the heart of nothing much that mattered.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marty Rubin

I wished for nothing and my wish came true.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ryan Lilly

Creation pulls something from an abyss of nothing. Startups take the something & give it to those in the dark, at first, perhaps, for nothing.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Clarice Lispector

And none of this necessarily has any bearing on the issue of the existence or non-existence of a God. What I'm saying is that the thought of the man and the way this thinking-feeling can reach an extreme degree of incommunicability - that, without sophism or paradox, is at the same time, for that man, the point of greatest communication. He communicates with himself.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jonathan Safran Foer

... we decided to create a Nothing Place in the living room, it seemed necessary, because there are times when one needs to disappear while in the living room, and sometimes one simply wants to disappear, we made this zone slightly larger so that one of us could lie down in it, it was a rule that you never would look at that rectangle of space, it didn't exist, and when you were in it, neither did you, for a while that was enough, but only for a while, we required more rules, on our second anniversary we marked off the entire guest room as a Nothing Place, it seemed like a good idea at the time, sometimes a small patch at the foot of the bed or a rectangle in the living room isn't enough privacy, the side of the door that faced the guest room was Nothing, the side that faced the hallway was Something, the knob that connected them was neither Something nor Nothing. The walls of the hallway were Nothing, even pictures need to disappear, especially pictures, but the hallway itself was Something, the bathtub was Nothing, the bathwater was Something, the hair on our bodies was Nothing, of course, but once it collected around the drain it was Something, we were trying to make our lives easier, trying, with all of our rules, to make life effortless. But a friction began to arise between Nothing and Something, in the morning the Nothing vase cast a Something shadow, like the memory of someone you've lost, what can you say about that, at night the Nothing light from the guest room spilled under the Nothing door and stained the Something hallway, there's nothing to say. It became difficult to navigate from Something to Something without accidentally walking through Nothing, and when Something—a key, a pen, a pocketwatch—was accidentally left in a Nothing Place, it never could be retrieved, that was an unspoken rule, like nearly all of our rules have been. There came a point, a year or two ago, when our apartment was more Nothing than Something, that in itself didn't have to be a problem, it could have been a good thing, it could have saved us. We got worse. I was sitting on the sofa in the second bedroom one afternoon, thinking and thinking and thinking, when I realized I was on a Something island. "How did I get here," I wondered, surrounded by Nothing, "and how can I get back?" The longer your mother and I lived together, the more we took each other's assumptions for granted, the less was said, the more misunderstood, I'd often remember having designated a space as Nothing when she was sure we had agreed that it was Something, our unspoken agreements led to disagreements, to suffering, I started to undress right in front of her, this was just a few months ago, and she said, "Thomas! What are you doing!" and I gestured, "I thought this was Nothing," covering myself with one of my daybooks, and she said, "It's Something!" We took the blueprint of our apartment from the hallway closet and taped it to the inside of the front door, with an orange and a green marker we separated Something from Nothing. "This is Something," we decided. "This is Nothing." "Something." "Something." "Nothing." "Something." "Nothing." "Nothing." "Nothing." Everything was forever fixed, there would be only peace and happiness, it wasn't until last night, our last night together, that the inevitable question finally arose, I told her, "Something," by covering her face with my hands and then lifting them like a marriage veil. "We must be." But I knew, in the most protected part of my heart, the truth.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Justin Wetch

We talk so much yet we have nothing to say.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Will Advise

When I battle wits with Jarod Kintz I always feel like I need to take my brain out to give him a transplant. Bad part is we don't have any.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Deyth Banger

So if you post it, you are awesome and "wow" and so on and so on. But if I post it as a first... nothing --- wtf???

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tripurari

Beauty is nothing but the way you carry your attitude.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

There is simply nothing of comparable value to life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michel Houellebecq

The response closest to the truth was probably something like 'Nothing'; but it's always difficult to explain that kind of thing to an active person.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Enock Maregesi

Wape watoto wako urithi wa kutosha ili waweze kufanya kitu, lakini si urithi wa kutosha ili wasiweze kufanya kitu. Wape watoto uhuru wanaostahili kupata, uhuru wa mahesabu, lakini si uhuru wa kila kitu.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deyth Banger

I can say that what you know is just a nothing or let's say thats some kind a small of peace of paper. I also know like you... or probably little more but it's nothing compared to everything.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Baldwin

For nothing is fixed, forever and forever and forever, it is not fixed; the earth is always shifting, the light is always changing, the sea does not cease to grind down rock. Generations do not cease to be born, and we are responsible to them because we are the only witnesses they have. The sea rises, the light fails, lovers cling to each other, and children cling to us. The moment we cease to hold each other, the sea engulfs us and the light goes out.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Zaman Ali

Passion belongs to nothing and reason belong to many things that’s why reason it is better than passion.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Shahenshah Hafeez Khan

When we get comfortable doing nothing, the value of doing something is lost forever. The desire to perform anything & everything to make things better lose its charm, we, instead of changing our circumstances start trying to adapt to circumstances, and that's how the downfall starts.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Will Advise

Wonders amaze me. They can aim wanderlessly in any forest, be it of dark trees or lighted bushes. And apparently, as per what I’ve heard, they can buy stuff that’s on sale, but only if and when they feel wonderfully wonderful. Because otherwise they wouldn’t really be themselves, which would be a problem for them, because if they aren’t what they are - they can’t exist, and if they don’t exist – that makes them invisible and silent to all the wandering people, who may or may not be looking for them to sell themselves to.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steven Magee

There is nothing worse than a sweaty bum crack.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Md. Ziaul Haque

Better an empty house than a bad tenant’ and ‘something is better than nothing’- these proverbs are contradictory! 1st one says, ‘it is better not to have something than having something’ but 2nd one says, ‘it is better to have something than not having something’! If the tenant is bad, then he is rejectable as per 1st proverb but acceptable as per 2nd one. The two proverbs are balanced if we say, ‘something good is better than nothing’!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Thomm Quackenbush

In the beginning, there was nothing. Then, out of the nothing came the Word and the Word was power. Every utterance of the Word gave form to the Void, starting with beings to utter the Word. There was no Adam, no Eve, and no need. What Man named was.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Chimo

I was born with nothing and I still have nothing. And tomorrow is nothing.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Pocan Ioan Valentin

Nothing is incidental.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Christina Engela

So rich a client having suffered such a messy death was an unsettling embarrassment to Captain Harald Biscay. It was bad for business. He had the murder hushed up immediately, his security staff investigating the matter covertly but thoroughly. Five and a half thousand souls onboard. Five and a half thousand suspects. Three days. So far, nothing. Now it would be taken further by the planetary authorities on the colony world below. A forensic team (cunningly disguised as a cleaning crew) was now rummaging through Smiffs apartment, examining every single particle. He had a feeling -- a strong feeling, about what they were going to find. Somehow, Biscay was of the opinion that this was going to be another contender for the Unsolved Murders show.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stephen Hawking

If the total energy of the universe must always remain zero, and it costs energy to create a body, how can a whole universe be created from nothing? That is why there must be a law like gravity. Because gravity is attractive, gravitational energy is negative: One has to do work to separate a gravitationally bound system, such as the earth and moon. This negative energy can balance the positive energy needed to create matter, but it’s not quite that simple. The negative gravitational energy of the earth, for example, is less than a billionth of the positive energy of the matter particles the earth is made of. A body such as a star will have more negative gravitational energy, and the smaller it is (the closer the different parts of it are to each other), the greater this negative gravitational energy will be. But before it can become greater than the positive energy of the matter, the star will collapse to a black hole, and black holes have positive energy. That’s why empty space is stable. Bodies such as stars or black holes cannot just appear out of nothing. But a whole universe can. Because gravity shapes space and time, it allows space-time to be locally stable but globally unstable. On the scale of the entire universe, the positive energy of the matter can be balanced by the negative gravitational energy, and so there is no restriction on the creation of whole universes. Because there is a law like gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing in the manner described in Chapter 6. Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist. It is not necessary to invoke God to light the blue touch paper and set the universe going.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steven Erikson

Children understood at a very young age that doing nothing was an expression of power. Doing nothing was a choice swollen with omnipotence. It was, in fact, godly. And this, she now realized, was the reason why the gods did nothing. Proof of their omniscience. After all, to act was to announce awful limitations, for it revealed that chance acted first, the accidents were just that--events beyond the will of the gods--and all they could do in answer was to attempt to remedy the consequences, to alter natural ends. To act, then, was an admission of fallibility.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Deyth Banger

There isn't meaning if we give everything in replace for nothing!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Will Advise

If automating everything makes people lazier and lazier, and laziness leads to stupidity, which it does for most people, judging by the current content circulating the social networks everywhere, except North Korea, where they don’t have any internet to speak of - at some point the Japanese robots, for which a market niche is currently being developed, with no concerns on how they should be designed to act in society or outside it - will have no choice, but to take everything over, to preserve us from ourselves…