Out of chaos, order

• A tension runs throughout life. People want both order and relief from order. We want sufficient order so that we aren't wholly disoriented by events. We want just enough disorder—or variety—so that we and our lives are spontaneous, not merely a dull repetition.

• A lawyer comments that the Golden Rule—"Do unto others as you would have others do unto you"—is essential. Without it we would be unable to anticipate anything from others. There would be disorder, conflict, loss of trust. Without the order of the rule, there would be chaos.

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