Heraclitus says, 'The hidden harmony is better than the obvious. Opposition brings concord. Out of discourse comes the fairest harmony. It is in changing that things find repose.'
OSHO weaves together the fragments of the Greek Mystic Heraclitus to reveal the startling implications of the difference between logic – Aristoteles' intellectual doctrine about what is true – and logos, the existential experience of truth which Heraclitus lived.