Maxos said:There is nothing universal! Nothing!
can you define what you mean by this?
If I call the following statement:
P: "nothing is universal"
then this includes the statement P itself, which means that P is not universal, and hence there are times when P is not true. If P is not true, then it becomes "everything is universal", which would make P true.
Your statement is both true and false, and therefore meaningless. Such is what happens when speaking in paradoxes trying to sound profound.