Love gives naught but itself and takes naught but from itself. Love possesses not nor would it be possessed; For love is sufficient unto love. - Kahlil Gibran
Have you not heard it said full oft, a woman's nay doth stand for naught. - William Shakespeare
You can not teach art, it's not to be taught, but felt and lived, or else it is naught. - Sabina Nore
I said: 'A line will take us hours maybe;Yet if it does not seem a moment's thought,Our stitching and unstitching has been naught. - W.B. Yeats
In this world of change naught which comes stays and naught which goes is lost.
So they crucified their Messiah? Well can I believe it. That He was a Son of the Living Spirit would be naught to them, if indeed He was so.... They would care little for any God if he came not with pomp and power. - H. Rider Haggard
Knowledge, understanding, and wisdom is naught to the man who is incapable of applying it. - Joshua Romqn
Mirror mirror on the wall, show the real me or naught at all. - Buddha
KEEP, v.t. He willed away his whole estate, And then in death he fell asleep, Murmuring: "Well, at any rate, My name unblemished I shall keep." But when upon the tomb 'twas wrought Whose was it? -- for the dead keep naught. Durang Gophel Arn - Ambrose Bierce
Glory is like a circle in the water, Which never ceaseth to enlarge itself, Till by broad spreading it disperses to naught. - William Shakespeare
We're shadows! of naught - living, dying! for what's not. - Fakeer Ishavardas
Crime is naught but misdirected energy. - Emma Goldman
All thought is naught but a footnote to Plato.
FORCE, n. "Force is but might," the teacher said -- "That definition's just." The boy said naught but through instead, Remembering his pounded head: "Force is not might but must!" - Ambrose Bierce
Will they remember us, Aravan? Will Mankind remember us at all?" ... Mayhap, Gwylly, mayhap. Mayhap in their legends and their fables. Mayhap in naught but their dreams. - Dennis L. McKiernan