Emptiness is something which sometimes erodes human feelings of being in the world, being relevant, being logical. Emptiness has a never ending antagonism with fullness. Fullness appears decaying emptiness. Emptiness appears leaking fullness to the nil. There is not a single soul in the world which has not experienced emptiness even for a single moment in his or her life. We are born to feel empty right from the moment of birth. It’s our birth right. It’s our privilege. It’s a privilege in that sense when we are empty of something, when we don’t have anything to rely on, anything to ponder over , anything to love, anything to share, anything to talk about, anything to cherish, or anything to relish we need to acquire, beg, snatch or rob to fill the vacuum. Thus our emptiness yields to fullness. Fullness demands transformation-in material, in spirit, in essence. In alienation of other being or substance fullness in any form is impossible. Fullness itself is a flux subjected to time, space, and circumstance. It’s a phenomenon that defies void. Fullism opposes nihilism because it asserts existence, meaning and implication in everything. Here nothingness loses the ground with fulfillment of a task, job; even if it is minuscule in nature. An iota of success in doing something will not let emptiness to declare its absolute supremacy over fulfillment.