What is the relation between Everthing and Nothing? The word "thing". Everything is the enumeration of all things within a frame of reference (e.g., if I say I took everything out of the box, it is not typically understood that I removed the air in the box because there is an understood frame of reference for my statement). It includes every "thing".
Maybe I should phrase the question diffrently. "What is the relation between Everything and Nothing?"
I have found it impossible to answer. The ultimate opposites. Sometimes I contemplate on the two and I come up with this: nothing is my pure "being" and everything is an expression of the pure being.
Nothing is the absence of enumerable objects within a frame of reference. There is no "thing".
Why would it be more complicated than this?