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1.
Basically it means "it is what it is". Its nothing more or nothing less than exactly what you see.
Man #1: How's it goin with your, Bro?

Man #2: Man, Everything Is Everything. You know how it is.
by MistaFeedBack November 14, 2009
 
2.
This phrase is most commonly used to describe the current state of something. Similar to saying, "It's all good." or "Everything is going according to plan."
Chris: Hey man, I got a A on my test! And my college loans came in!"
Eric: Really?
Chris: Yeah, man. Everything is everything.
by khoix July 09, 2004
 
3.
The words "Everything" in this phrase represent reality. The phrase communicates that current reality can't be changed, so it should be accepted. You can only affect the future, and that is only if you know how to, and have the capability to affect the future.

The phrase is often used as a response in circumstances in which a person is continuously rambling on about a particular issue, but nothing is currently going to change. The current situation is what it is.
but everything is everything mugs, tshirts and magnets
by thechrisman5 May 15, 2010
 
4.
1. Comes from the Supreme Alphabet, derived from the teachings of the Nation of Islam and the Nation of Gods and Earths, a system of interpreting text and finding deeper meaning. 'E'-Meaning 'Equality', to knowledge your knowledge, you will deal equally with everything within your cipher, which gives birth to wisdom that is showing and proving. Everything is everything, which equals one. Equality gives birth to wisdom, and mathematics do not lie. 2. Song on second album of Diana Ross. In the song she describes her companion being the love of her life, fulfilling her every desire hence everything being everything. 3. Song on Lauryn Hill's album, "Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" in which she writes; "Everything is everything What is meant to be, will be After winter, must come spring Change, it comes eventually"
A woman answered. "Mr. Simon's office."

"I want to speak to Bernie," I said.

"He's not here," she said.

"This is Bob Ward," I said. "Please have him call me when he gets back."

"Sorry," she said. "Bernie's not coming back."

"What?" It was then I remembered that Bernie's last name wasn't Simon.

"He's retired. Moved to Palm Springs," she said. "Can I give you someone else? You could talk to Jim. He's the 'new Bernie.'"

A chill shot through me. "Everything is everything," I thought. "And in Hollywood, anyone is anyone."
by Christian Coker April 02, 2006