Supposedly, the Universe started with a "big bang". This doesn't sound very orderly to me. The great Steven Hawking recently theorized that he believes in a "spontaneous generation", of the Universe. In other words, something was created from nothing. This is an excellent party trick, if you can do it! Hawking doesn't believe in God. I don't think I would either, if I was locked in my own body, and stuck in a wheel chair, without use of my legs and arms. Order is a good thing. It keeps us from going crazy. It's nice to know that the sun is going to shine every day, and that when I wake up in the morning, my wife is going to be lying next to me, instead of a space alien. I look at my life, and it was pretty much, orderly. I went to school, and then I went to work for 40 years. I showed up every day. I was told by authority figures, that I'd get a prize at the end of my life in the form of retirement and security. So far, so good!
I also had chaos in my life. Drunken parties, wild women, police chases, fights, lawsuits, divorce, jail, speeding tickets, rehabilitation centers, get the picture? However, some of the chaos was fun. Most of it wasn't. But, damn it!, what I remember and love the best, were the good times in chaos! It was fun and dangerous to run wild in the streets! Order was punching a clock, making car payments, folding my hands in front of myself, on a school desk, taking out the garbage, and doing everything that everyone else, wanted me to do. Order wasn't very much fun, but it was safe, and did have its' rewards. The one thing that screws up a perfectly ordered life, is terminal illness, or sudden death. People who only have a short time to live have often told me that, they wished they had taken more time off from work, and had done more adventurous things. I guess we all need to find our own balance with order and chaos. Which one do you want the most of, in your life?