Order?

Chaos and order, our best life is in balance of both.

From chaos comes growth. When things are not in order, we are challenged to reorder them to establish a sense of predictability and to regain a measure of control.

From order comes stagnation. When things are felt to be in order, we infrequently challenge ourselves to a greater good, to improve again.

Chaos and order require that we pursue a persistent balance as a continuous learner. Well enough is rarely enough for the wisest of us.

“The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order.” — Alfred North Whitehead —

MITM

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