This chapter explores how, in individual experiences, revolution and politics in Georgia have often come to be seen as the very opposite of such revolutionary ideals – namely as ‘difference without difference’. Religious fear of ‘nothing’ is not something particular to Georgia – it is a fear that has a long history in the wider world. There are few other words that symbolize the notion of ‘difference’ as strongly as that of ‘revolution’. If anything, revolutionary hope is premised on a telos of change; an event that is expected to potentially render a given society either partly or completely different from what it was before, and a notion that has been central in the unfolding of politics in the modern world. The chapter also deals with displays of nihilist sentiments. For Nietzsche, nihilism was epitomized by the death of God – the devaluation of the highest value.