Things are the end result of that which matters.
Things do not matter, they are the product of that which matters.
That which matters is nothing.
That which matters is no thing.
The process of mattering is all that matters.
Matter comes from no thing.
No thing is the basis of mattering.
Matter is a thing that comes from no thing.
Matter is a thing that comes from nothing.
You matter because you are the product of mattering.
You don’t matter, you are the product of mattering.
If you were not matter, you could be the process of mattering.
If you were no thing, you could be the process of creating some thing.
If you were nothing, you could be the process of creating something.
That which matters is not matter.
The process of mattering is the universe.
The universe matters.
The universe is a process of mattering.
What I find interesting about the above statements is that the word “matter” is applicable both in its definition as “a physical substance” and as a “state of affairs.” Each statement takes on new meaning depending upon which definition of matter you chose to apply.