Inspirational Vacuum Quotes On Success In Life

These vacuum quotes will inspire you. A vacuum is a space entirely devoid of matter.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging vacuum quotes, vacuum sayings, and vacuum proverbs.

Best Vacuum Quotes

  1. “Spaghetti can be eaten most successfully if you inhale it like a vacuum cleaner.” ~ Sophia Loren
  2. “Change means movement. Movement means friction. Only in the frictionless vacuum of a nonexistent abstract world can movement or change occur without that abrasive friction of conflict.” ~ Saul Alinsky
  3. “Just as nature abhors a vacuum, humans resist change. Change will occur; vacuums will be filled.” ~ Nikki Giovanni
  4. “Who creates unless he has a vacuum to fill?” ~ Diane Glancy

  5. “Nature does abhor a vacuum, and when you begin moving out of your life what you do not want, you automatically are making way for what you do want. By letting go of the lesser, you automatically make room for your greater good to come in.” ~ Catherine Ponder , Vacuum quotes in life
  6. “There is a God-shaped vacuum in every heart.” ~ Blaise Pascal
  7. “I’m not going to vacuum ’til Sears makes one you can ride on.” ~ Roseanne Barr
  8. “Reverie is not a mind vacuum. It is rather the gift of an hour which knows the plenitude of the soul.” ~ Gaston Bachelard

  9. “The existential vacuum manifests itself mainly in a state of boredom.” ~ Viktor E. Frankl
  10. “Nothing happens in a vacuum in life: every action has a series of consequences, and sometimes it takes a long time to fully understand the consequences of our actions.” ~ Khaled Hosseini
  11. “Nature abhors a vacuum.” ~ Francois Rabelais
  12. “A vacuum is a hell of a lot better than some of the stuff that nature replaces it with.” ~ Tennessee Williams

  13. “There is a God shaped vacuum in the heart of every man which cannot be filled by any created thing, but only by God, the Creator, made known through Jesus.” ~ Blaise Pascal
  14. “Screaming. Did I mention the screaming? Screaming is usually associated with horror films and roller coasters. This is why I usually look like I’ve just watched a horror film on a rollercoaster. Kids love to scream. Frightened, happy, bored. They scream. I’ve actually learned to love the sound of a vacuum cleaner. It’s just so peaceful.” ~ Jim Gaffigan
  15. “Nature abhors a vacuum, and if I can only walk with sufficient carelessness I am sure to be filled.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  16. “Change means movement. Movement means friction.” ~ Saul Alinsky

  17. “Many have argued that a vacuum does not exist, others claim it exists only with difficulty in spite of the repugnance of nature; I know of no one who claims it easily exists without any resistance from nature.” ~ Evangelista Torricelli
  18. “There is hopeful symbolism in the fact that flags do not wave in a vacuum.” ~ Arthur C. Clarke
  19. “He walked out in the gray light and stood and he saw for a brief moment the absolute truth of the world. The cold relentless circling of the intestate earth. Darkness implacable. The blind dogs of the sun in their running. The crushing black vacuum of the universe. And somewhere two hunted animals trembling like ground-foxes in their cover. Borrowed time and borrowed world and borrowed eyes with which to sorrow it.” ~ Cormac McCarthy
  20. “It is contrary to reasoning to say that there is a vacuum or space in which there is absolutely nothing.” ~ Rene Descartes

  21. “Nature hates vacuum. Once a society is depleted of moral values, it creates a vacuum that will be filled by doctrines that hold to such values, even though those values are draconian and oppressive. In fact the more a society is devoid of morality, the more promising prudish and unpermissive doctrines look. Licentious societies create a spiritual vacuum that legalistic religions such as Islam fill.” ~ Ali Sina
  22. “Peace is not merely a vacuum left by the ending of wars. It is the creation of two eternal principles, justice and freedom.” ~ James T. Shotwell
  23. “Beneath the violet pillar, in the vacuum before the roar of the cloud, there came a soft sound that might have been heard by those who listened closely: the gentle sigh of an idea unbound.” ~ Lydia Millet
  24. “A [news] magazine printed a [photo-illustration] of me in a ball gown holding a vacuum cleaner, saying I started a company. Last time I checked, I’m not selling vacuums. It was very sexist.” ~ Reese Witherspoon

  25. “The way in which we experience and interpret the world obviously depends very much indeed on the kind of ideas that fill our minds. If they are mainly small, weak, superficial, and incoherent, life will appear insipid , uninteresting, petty and chaotic.” ~ E. F. Schumacher
  26. “It is easy enough to write and talk about God while remaining comfortable within the contemporary intellectual climate. Even people who would call themselves unbelievers often use the word gesturally, as a ready-made synonym for mystery. But if nature abhors a vacuum, Christ abhors a vagueness. If God is love, Christ is love for this one person, this one place, this one time-bound and time-ravaged self.” ~ Christian Wiman
  27. “Patrick started driving really fast, and just before we got to the tunnel. Sam stood up, and the wind turned her dress into ocean waves. When we hit the tunnel, all the sound got scooped up into a vacuum, and it was replaced by a song on the tape player. A beautiful song called “Landslide.” When we got out of the tunnel, Sam screamed this really fun scream, and there it was. Downtown. Lights on buildings and everything that makes you wonder. Sam sat down and started laughing. Patrick started laughing. I started laughing. And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.” ~ Stephen Chbosky
  28. “Art is essentially communication. It doesn’t exist in a vacuum. That’s why people make art, so other people can relate to it.” ~ Conor Oberst

  29. “Quantum events have a way of just happening, without any cause, as when a radioactive atom decays at a random time. Even the quantum vacuum is not an inert void, but is boiling with quantum fluctuations. In our macroscopic world, we are used to energy conservation, but in the quantum realm this holds only on average. Energy fluctuations out of nothing create short-lived particle-antiparticle pairs, which is why the vacuum is not emptiness but a sea of transient particles. An uncaused beginning, even out of nothing, for spacetime is no great leap of the imagination.” ~ Taner Edis
  30. “Creation out of absolute nothing is a metaphysical quagmire for theists anyway, since nothing must at least have the potentiality for becoming something. Since theists are stuck with potentiality, it might as well be something like a quantum vacuum.” ~ Taner Edis
  31. “The reason why so few good books are written is, that so few people that can write know anything. In general an author has always lived in a room, has read books, has cultivated science, is acquainted with the style and sentiments of the best authors, but he is out of the way of employing his own eyes and ears. He has nothing to hear and nothing to see. His life is a vacuum.” ~ Walter Bagehot
  32. “Marriage is like a vacuum cleaner. You stick it to your ear and it sucks out all your energy and ambition.” ~ Marlo Thomas

  33. “Nature abhors a vacuum, even in the heads of statesmen.” ~ Clare Boothe Luce
  34. “Ingenious philosophers tell you, perhaps, that the great work of the steam-engine is to create leisure for mankind. Do not believe them; it only creates a vacuum for eager thought to rush in.” ~ George Eliot
  35. “The tension of a mysterious danger is even more unbearable than danger itself. People hate the vacuum of an unknown situation. They want security. They even prefer war to the insecure expectation of a war with its threat of enemy surprise. This vague fearful expectation acts on their fantasies. They anticipate all kinds of mysterious dangers; they begin to provoke them. It is the evocation of fear and danger in order to escape the tension of insecurity.” ~ Joost Meerloo
  36. “As pissed as a fart in a vacuum cleaner.” ~ Britney Spears

  37. “You always draw on your experiences with live audiences to know how to do comedy on films. You’re working for a laugh that may or may not come six months later, but you’re working in a vacuum at the time you are doing it.” ~ Theodore Bikel
  38. “I worked a telemarketing job. I always worked those because I always knew how to talk to people and I always knew how to sell because my father was a salesman. He used to sell vacuum cleaners, payroll services to companies, so that was natural for me to go into sales.” ~ Kanye West
  39. “Climate change isn’t just an environmental issue; it’s a technology, water, food, energy, population issue. None of this happens in a vacuum.” ~ David Titley
  40. “Humans abhor a vacuum. The immediate filling of a vacuum is one of the basic functions of speech. Meaningless conversations are no less important in our lives than meaningful ones.” ~ Lidiya Ginzburg

  41. “I played didgeridoo from a young age – on the vacuum cleaner, initially.” ~ Xavier Rudd
  42. “There are a lot of ways to be expressive in life, but I wasn’t good at some of them. Music, for instance. I was a distinct failure with the cello. Eventually, my parents sold the cello and bought a vacuum cleaner. The sound in our home improved.” ~ Sam Abell
  43. “I think personal actions definitely matter. I think collectively they can make a big difference. But I also think that people don’t live in a vacuum.” ~ Chip Giller
  44. “We tend to put the environment last because we think the first thing we have to do is eliminate poverty. But you can’t reduce poverty in a vacuum. You are doing it in an environment.” ~ Wangari Maathai

  45. “Films are big hits when they touch a lot of people. Things are not funny in a vacuum, they’re funny because we respond to some personal dislocation, some embarrassment, some humiliation, some pain we’ve suffered, or some desire we have.” ~ Harold Ramis
  46. “Of course, you’re not making records in a vacuum. I’m not making them for myself. It would be nice if I could get more people to hear them. But if I have to sell my soul to the devil to do it, I won’t.” ~ Pat Benatar
  47. “Acting doesn’t exist in a vacuum. You need the director to have a set of eyes.” ~ Miles Teller
  48. “In space, you don’t get that much noise. Noise doesn’t propagate in a vacuum.” ~ Buzz Aldrin

  49. “Comedians, such as yourself, Jon Stewart and others, are a valuable supplement, and here’s why: Good journalism at its best frequently speaks truth to power. What’s happened with journalists – again, I don’t except myself from this criticism – in some ways we’ve lost our guts. We need a spine transplant. What’s happened is comedians, in their own way, speak truth to power and fill that vacuum that we in journalism have too often left, particularly post 9/11.” ~ Dan Rather
  50. “Happiness is a social creature. If you try to pursue it in a vacuum, it’s very difficult to sustain it. But as soon as you get people focused on creating meaningful connections in the midst of their work, or increasing the meaning and depth of their relationships outside of work, we find happiness rising in step with that social connection.” ~ Shawn Achor
  51. “Your actions are not in a vacuum. They impact other people. It may be in a way that’s less obvious than in mainstream movies, but it comes to an understanding of who those people are. It also leaves it open to interpretation. And that’s what art is, a form in which people can reflect on who we are as human beings and come to some understanding of this journey we are on.” ~ Wendell Pierce
  52. “Nature abhors the vacuum tube.” ~ John R. Pierce

  53. “Economic activity, especially the activity of a market economy, cannot be conducted in an institutional, juridical or political vacuum. On the contrary, it presupposes sure guarantees of individual freedom and private property, as well as a stable currency and efficient public services.” ~ Pope John Paul II
  54. “Let me also remind you that zero, like all of mathematics, is fictional and an idealization. It is impossible to reach absolute zero temperature or to get perfect vacuum. Luckily, mathematics is a fairyland where ideal and fictional objects are possible.” ~ Doron Zeilberger
  55. “Gramophone and movies were merely the mechanization of speech and gesture. But the radio and TV were not just the electronification of speech and gesture but the electronification of the entire range of human personal expressiveness. With electronification, the flow is taken out of the wire and into the vacuum tube circuit, which confers freedom and flexibility such as are in metaphor and in words themselves.” ~ Marshall McLuhan
  56. “When you look at a vacuum in a quantum theory of fields, it isn’t exactly nothing.” ~ Peter Higgs

  57. “The humorist who invented trial by jury played a colossal practical joke upon the world, but since we have the system we ought to try and respect it. A thing which is not thoroughly easy to do, when we reflect that by command of the law a criminal juror must be an intellectual vacuum, attached to a melting heart and perfectly macaronian bowels of compassion.” ~ Mark Twain
  58. “Forms of government are forged mainly in the fire of practice, not in the vacuum of theory. They respond to national character and to national realities.” ~ George F. Kennan
  59. “Nature abhors a lot of things, including vacuums, ships called the Marie Celeste, and the chuck keys for electric drills.” ~ Terry Pratchett
  60. “Down inside we have a longing for God-what Pascal called “the vacuum which God left behind.” ~ Billy Graham

  61. “Money never made a man happy yet, nor will it. There is nothing in its nature to produce happiness. The more a man has, the more he wants. Instead of its filling a vacuum, it makes one. If it satisfies one want, it doubles and trebles that want another way. That was a true proverb of the wise man, rely upon it; Better is little with the fear of the Lord, than great treasure, and trouble therewith.” ~ Benjamin Franklin
  62. “The aether: Invented by Isaac Newton, reinvented by James Clerk Maxwell. This is the stuff that fills up the empty space of the universe. Discredited and discarded by Einstein, the aether is now making a Nixonian comeback. It’s really the vacuum, but burdened by theoretical, ghostly particles.” ~ Leon M. Lederman
  63. “Secrecy is a vacuum and nothing fills a vacuum like paranoid speculation.” ~ Max Brooks

  64. “The preachers and lecturers deal with men of straw, as they are men of straw themselves. Why, a free-spoken man, of sound lungs, cannot draw a long breath without causing your rotten institutions to come toppling down by the vacuum he makes. Your church is a baby-house made of blocks, and so of the state….The church, the state, the school, the magazine, think they are liberal and free! It is the freedom of a prison-yard.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  65. “Fascism is the result of the collapse of Europe’s spiritual and social order… catastrophes broke through the everyday routine which makes men accept existing forms, institutions and tenets as unalterable natural laws. They suddenly exposed the vacuum behind the facade of society.” ~ Peter Drucker

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