Nothing

July 9, 2009 at 9:51 am | Posted in The Knave | 2 Comments
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Nothing is the most important word in the English language. It has been said that nothing is more important than: integrity, honesty, money, sex, your country, your children, your health, your spouse, love, your personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the truth, and a whole list of other things. Nothing is greater than God and nothing is what there is that God can’t do.  Nothing is what ever happens around here.  Nothing is what you can do about it or at least what you could have done about it.  Nothing is the other choice when the first choice is all.  Nothing is what you have to lose. Nothing is what there is wrong with you when there isn’t something wrong with you. Nothing is what you want to have to do with him, her, or it.  Nothing is what is signified by a tale full of sound and fury told by an idiot. Nothing is what you leave to doubt. Nothing is what you have to say about it.  Nothing is what you saw, heard, and knew.  Nothing is what you are left with at all.  Nothing is what you have going on this weekend.  Nothing comes from itself.  Nothing is what you can’t make into something, unless you can sell it, in which case it is art.  Nothing is what the world owes you.  There is no thing that is nothing. – The Knave

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  1. nothing is where something came from
    nothing is what there’s much ado about
    nothing is what’s in my hand and up my sleeves
    nothing is what says I love you like Hallmark
    Great post!
    (-:

  2. great post 🙂


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