Lately I have been saying "Embrace the chaos" as a way to deal with this crazy world. Somebody asked me why I no longer have faith in the order of the world and society. Then I was pondering, is there really order in society? Or have we been living under the fallacy of such claim but in reality been living in total chaos? There are many points I can make with this.
The first is religion. A universe of order would suggest a higher being, right? Possibly that everything happened, happening, and will happen have been planned long ago and only destiny/fate have control of such. A universe of chaos suggests that everything happens coincidentally. At the right time under the right circumstance, the universe and everything in it was created amidst chaos. Even the formation of planet Earth was in the middle of chaos. So we can ask the question are we living in a universe of order or chaos, instead of the whole science vs religion debate, I believe it should be such.
Also, another point I was considering is a little intricate, government. This may also involve differing opinions and such as well as new world order conspiracy theories and all. If we are living in a society of complete order, on the extreme it would be complete dictatorship. Think it. One person ruling over all, their word is law, it would seem to be complete control when in reality it would be complete chaos. Much like anarchy. No one is ruled by anyone but themselves. They have their own version of what is right and wrong and their own views of their own laws. It would be complete chaos, but it seems that would be the order of it.
I'm just pondering this. In complete order there is chaos. And in complete chaos there is order. But what is order/chaos. So if the definitions of order/chaos are being questioned by many different people, then are we living in a world so deep into order it is chaos, or so deep into chaos it is order? Thoughts?