You have to understand it a little more.
Logic is a search for consistency, and reality is not consistent. Or, it is so deeply consistent that even the opposite is not inconsistent with it. Reality is paradoxical: all the opposites meet and mingle and merge into it. It is so vast. Logic is narrow; logic is like a road, narrow, goal-oriented. Reality is like a vast space, no goal, not going anywhere; it is already there, moving in all dimensions together. Logic is one dimensional, reality is multidimensional. Logic says A is A and can never be B – this is the consistency of logic – and in reality, A is A, but always moves and becomes B also.
Logic says life is life and can never be death. How can life be death? But in reality, life is moving every moment into death. Life is death.
Logic says love is love and can never be hate; but love is moving every moment into hate, and hate is moving every moment into love. You love the same person and you hate the same person – the deeper the love, the deeper the hate. Hate and love are two aspects of the same coin. Can you hate a person without loving him? How can you hate a person without loving him? First you have to love, only then can you hate. Hate needs love as a first step. How can you become inimical to a person with whom you have never been friendly?
Friends and foes are separate only in logic; in reality they are together. If you search your hate deeply, you will find love hidden.
The moment you are born, death is also born with you. Birth is the beginning of death, and death is the culmination of birth. Says Heraclitus: God is life and death, summer and winter, hunger and satiety, good and bad.
Always both. And God is reality.
If you look at reality, you will see all opposites meeting. Reality is contradictory; logic is noncontradictory. Logic is clean, plain, simple; reality is very complex. Reality is not like a logical syllogism or a mathematical problem – it has many dimensions. And it is interrelated, all contradictions are together: the day turns into night, the night again turns into day. The morning is nothing, but the indication that the evening is coming. Youth becomes old age. Beauty turns and becomes ugly. Everything changes, and becomes the opposite.
This has to be understood deeply, because this is the basic difference between philosophy and religion. Philosophy is logical; religion is not. Philosophy is logical; religion is real. To understand philosophy is not difficult; to understand religion is almost impossible. Logic speaks a plain language; religion cannot speak, because religion has to speak the language of the reality.
Logic is a fragment chosen from reality by the mind, it is not total. Religion accepts the whole and wants to know it as it is. Logic is a mental construction. Philosophy, logic, science, all are mental constructions: they are all based on logic.