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Top 25 Emptiness Quotes

Emptiness Quotes

This post contains some of the best emptiness quotes.

Emptiness Quotes

1. “I wanted to write down exactly what I felt but somehow the paper stays empty and I could not have described it any better.” – Unknown

2. “If giving leaves you feeling empty, you’re giving too much to the wrong person.”- Maza Dohta

3. “The greatest tragedies in life is not untimely death, but to live a life for emptiness.”- Topsy Gift

4. “It’s not the feeling of completeness I need, but the feeling of not being empty.”- Jonathan Safran Foer

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5. “Depression isn’t just being a bit sad. It’s feeling nothing. It’s not wanting to be alive anymore.”- J. K. Rowling

6. “Always show kindness and love to others. Your words might be filling the empty places in someone’s heart.” – Mandy Hale

7. “There are so many empty people walking around on this little planet. Lonely people. Angry people. Bitter. Forgotten.”- Jeyn Roberts

8. “The void inside me starts to fill, but my heart has holes, and whatever it holds will run out, leaving me empty once again.”- Danielle Esplin

9. “Emptiness is a symptom that you are not living creatively. You either have no goal that is important enough to you, or you are not using your talents and efforts in a striving toward an important goal.” ― Maxwell Maltz

10. “I feel empty inside.” – Unknown

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11. “Not happy. Not sad. Just empty.” – Unknown

12. “You can’t cry when you’re already empty.” – Unknown

13. “How can emptiness be so heavy?” – Unknown

14. “Why does the feeling of emptiness occupy so much space?” – Unknown

15. “A busy life is filled with tremendous emptiness.”- Debasish Mridha

Emptiness Quotes

16. “That feeling when you are not necessarily sad, but you feel really empty.” – Unknown

17. “They say you don’t get over someone until you find someone or something better. As humans, we don’t deal well with emptiness. Any empty space must be filled. Immediately. The pain of emptiness is too strong. It compels the victim to fill that place. A single moment with that empty spot causes excruciating pain. That’s why we run from distraction to distraction—and from attachment to attachment.” ― Yasmin Mogahed

18. “I felt so much, that I started to feel nothing.” – Unknown

19. “I don’t feel anymore. I used to be sad but now I’m just numb.” – Unknown

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20. “Some scars don’t hurt. Some scars are numb. Some scars rid you of the capacity to feel anything ever again.” – Joyce Rachelle

21. “We cannot selectively numb emotions, when we numb the painful emotions, we also numb the positive emotions.” – Brene Brown

Emptiness Quotes

22. “I’m not the only person to feel empty, stuck, lost, crushed by disillusionment, and constantly wondering, “Is this all there is?” And I’m not the only person to numb the hollow, empty feeling with myriad distractions.” – Robert Althuis

23. “There’s a real cost to leaving feelings and emotions unexpressed. They accumulate, deep inside, and show back up as loneliness, emptiness, fear, anxiety, and depression.” – Robert Althuis

24. “I wanted so badly to be happy with the money, toys, and perfect family. I just couldn’t understand the emptiness I was feeling. I wanted so badly to shove it away. I thought the answer was to get busy again, to suit up for more deals, to feed the deal junkie in me, and get my mojo back. Maybe if I made more money and had even more power, I could buy an even bigger house, and that would make me feel whole.” – Robert Althuis

25. “Our bodies, for example, are made up of atoms, tiny particles composed of a nucleus orbited by electrons, which are filled with energy. In addition, there’s a lot of empty space between the atoms. In fact, 99.9999999 percent of all matter is empty space. If you think about it then, our bodies are not solid at all; we are mostly empty space.” – Robert Althuis

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