117/365 – Ordered Chaos.
There’s something fascinating in chaos and in what chaos can bring you.
We tend to think chaos is equal disorder and means something is unplanned and unorganized. Chaos is indeed a state of confusion, but who said confusion is a bad thing?
Confusion, in my view, can be seen as a moment for reflection and pause: when we reach the pick of it, it’s time to stop and think, analyze, filter, evaluate. Confusion is often the consequence of something else, it is not the disease but the cause. It is a signal that we need to act in a way or another.
Chaos is something else and I often start from it when stuck with my thinking. I love the process of coming up with a lot to get down to very little.
Chaos helps me come to peace with my fears and doubts through noise and destiny: not knowing exactly where I’m going makes me feel safe and open.