Chaos and intrinsic order

What if I told you that chaos has intrinsic order to it?  Most of us think of these concepts as opposites.

We often equate chaos as a state of disorder and randomness.   What if it really was the fertile foundation from what all else arrises?  Chaos theory defines chaos as non linear, apparently random events that are actually predictable and measurable.  These apparently random events seem chaotic primarily because we don't have the ability to see and predict their outcome - but that doesn't mean they don't have order to them.

"All great changes are preceded by chaos." Deepak Chopra

Chaos is necessary for new beginnings. It is the generative force of the universe, where everything emerges from and makes way for what ever is possible to come next.  The universe has inherent order to it. There are many examples in nature of these patterns. Just because we can not detect the order, doesn't mean it doesn't exist.

If you are going through a time that is unpredictable and uncertain, listen to how there is inherent order in the universe to support what is next to become.