Osho begins this talk by developing a seemingly paradoxical statement: there are no absolutes in real life - including this statement as well. What is he trying to tell us by this? That life is full of exceptions and that "exception" is synonymous with freedom. In his struggle against all absolutes and abstract universalisms, Osho advocates paying attention to exceptions, to your own exceptions. If you are not capable, it shows your own limitations. According to Osho: You are following a correct methodology.
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