Andrew Bayless made the sophistically astute observation:
Dionysos is the God of Life. Everything is within Him. So that would mean that there is nothing that cannot be connected to Dionysos. So my proposal is that nothing is the answer to the challenge!
Except that Dionysos is not just the God of Life, as the Orphics of Olbia remind us:
βίος. θάνατος. βίος. ἀλήθεια. Ζαγρεύς. Διόνυσος. [Life. Death. Life. Truth. Zagreus. Dionysos.] (SEG 28.659)
Indeed, they considered him the force that unites and transcends all polarities and contraries, as we see from the other bone inscriptions found at the site:
Peace. War. Truth. Lie. Dionysos
Dionysos. Truth. Body. Soul.
Which goes to the heart of the symbolism of the Midnight or Black Sun, discussed by Gwendolyn Taunton here. An even more far-reaching exploration of the subject can be found here by Tracy R Twyman but I highly recommend you take a lot of drugs before reading or it’s likely not to make a lick of sense.