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Interesting and powerful words, and yet, a bit too dramatic.
I used to romanticize inner void/emptiness/nothingness the same way. But incidentally, in the past few days I have learned that one can use the body-metaphor of "hunger"/physical emptiness to gain a more balanced view of it. You do not want to be full all the time, and if you stay hungry for a long time you will suffer and die. The art is in working "with hunger". Listening to it and respecting it and fulfilling it. I am not sure though, it's a work in progress :)