Nothing is something

Sometimes all you are left with is Nothing.
But remember,  that Nothing has a lesson to teach. And that lesson will led you to be something. Something incredible. Someone you would want to be.

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17 thoughts on “Nothing is something

      1. “Nothing” is not just a perception. It exists. The idea of “nothing” stems from the notion of a collection. For example, let’s consider eggs in a basket. If you have no eggs then this is analogous to the “empty set”. The number of eggs in the basket is zero. So we can think of “nothing” as a term describing the set itself, whereas “zero” is a term not describing a set, but an element. Although “nothing” is not really a mathematical term but it is the contents of the empty set. So, you can see that the empty set itself is not nothing as it is a perfectly valid set.
        There is an interesting suktam in Rig Veda ─ Nasadiya Suktam (after ná ásat, or “not the non-existent”), also known as the Hymn of Creation. It is the 129th hymn of the 10th Mandala of the Rigveda (10:129). It is concerned with cosmology and the origin of the universe. It starts with:
        नासदासीन्नो सदासीत्तदानीं नासीद्रजो नो व्योमा परो यत् ।
        किमावरीवः कुह कस्य शर्मन्नम्भः किमासीद्गहनं गभीरम् ॥ १॥
        This may be translated in English as:
        “There was neither non-existence, nor existence then
        There was neither the realm of space nor the sky which is beyond.
        What stirred? Where? In Whose protection?
        Was there fluid, bottomlessly deep?”

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      2. We often say “I got nothing left in my life now. I am lost. Broken. I won’t be able to do anything bcoz I have nothing left.” Even if we have a family, after a break up with our partner we say that we got nothing left in our life. “I failed. I got nothing left with me now. ”
        All we need to do Is do a PhD on the “nothing in our life” and we will find the hidden path to something.
        That’s what I meant in the post.

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