I am vast enough, contradictions can coexist in me…..OSHO
Paradoxes exist only in man's mind.
If you have the insight of no-mind there are no paradoxes at all.
All mind systems will have paradoxes, you cannot avoid them. Sooner or later you will stumble upon the paradox in every man-made system.
But there is something which is not man-made: Existence.
Existence is absolutely beyond paradoxes.
In fact it is something that is not only beyond paradoxes but which enjoys paradoxes, contradictions, and makes a harmony out of contradictions. Contradictions turn into complementaries.
Only one man in the whole history of America has my respect, and that man is Walt Whitman. I don't consider any other American to be of much worth. But Walt Whitman belongs to the giants of world history.
He is reported to have said one thing which is also true of life, existence. Just the way I have been told again and again that "your statements are contradictory," he was told again and again that "your statements are contradictory."
In response he said, "Yes, I am contradictory because I am vast enough to contain contradictions. You are little, you cannot contain contradictions; that's why you are so much troubled. I am not troubled; I am vast enough, contradictions can coexist in me."