I wonder how many of us confuse organization for order? That thought crossed my mind today, and right afterward I thought to myself, “That would explain why some of the most organized people I know are still disappointed with the chaos in their lives.” I’m not poking fun at an organized approach to things – far from it, I also prefer to keep myself organized – but I think it’s easy for people to distract themselves with their organizing efforts, hoping that this will sort out the chaos in their lives. From my own experience, I have learned to embrace chaos … chaos is change, and change is what made our existence possible (true order is what non-existed before Nature was born). My attempts at organizing, then, are made as an attempt to guide the changes in a more preferred direction – and I keep in mind that sometimes Fate isn’t particularly interested in my notion of what is preferred. This way, I feel like I’m doing something; but I’m not disappointed when, despite my best efforts, things just don’t go my way.