sarvaṃ ca yujyate tasya śūnyatā yasya yujyate |
sarvaṃ na yujyate tasya śūnyaṃ yasya na yujyate ||MMK24.14||
Everything belongs to whom emptiness belongs.
Nothing belongs to whom emptiness does not belong.
Everything works for whom emptiness works.
Nothing works for whom emptiness does not work.
Which translation is closer to hitting the target depends on how one understands in this context the passive verb yujyate:
[MW:] to be yoked or harnessed or joined &c; belong to or suit any one (loc. or gen.).
Either way, the most powerful teaching in the world, and a brilliant verse.