As our minds are created from the chaos, randomness and order of the Earth and its surrounding universe, our mind contains the same conflicting and harmonising elements; randomness which is the seed of Freewill, a desire for order, and a love of chaos and life. We can influence the world, create it, bend it, destroy it, nurture it, as we can other people and even our own minds. When our minds are in fluid harmony so is our society and our universe, but also vice versa when our universe and our society is in harmony so is our mind. There is no hierarchy, there is no nature or nurture, there is no Yin or Yang but the in-between the interaction, the constant interplay between the mind and its environment one affecting the other in constant change and desire for order and then desire for change again. Life exists in the in-between, in the fluidity of harmonious interaction.
We need order to gain liberty, as our mind needs order to imagine the unimagined. As one sits whittling a chess piece from wood, or knitting a jumper for the coming winter, or knots a hook to their fishing line this order allows our mind to wander, to dream of meaning and understanding. We can see the big in the small, the disorder from the order and float into the in-between, joining the flow.