What happens when chaos meets order?
I already know the answer to this, and order doesn’t come off well.
Management of chaos, therefore, is a far more desirable skill in terms of life.
Order is nice now and again, but it is very much like building a house of cards, and we know what happens with a house of cards, now don’t we?
The nice thing about chaos, is that it implies life, and life is sometimes glorious. Having had my order disturbed and replaced it with chaos, life is far more glorious as a result.
I am a happy camper for a minute or two.
Maybe it is all about being patient.