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Order or Chaos?

Chaos is a hard word to type or spell, try it sometime. Order is easy to spell and type! I wonder why? No idea. I went to a thesaurus and copied the text right below. Interesting to read the words that relate directly to chaos and the words that relate to order. There's even more words to describe chaos - they're cluttered and it takes more time to read them all. Weird! There are fewer words that describe the word order, more organized and easier to read.

Order : arrangement, calm, harmony, order, orderliness, organization, peace, neatness, tidiness, normality, quiet, system

Chaos: confusion, anarchy, disarray, discord, disorder, lawlessness, pandemonium, tumult, turmoil, ataxia, bedlam, clutter, disorganization, entropy, free-for-all, misrule, mix-up, mobocracy, muddle, snarl, unruliness, holy mess, rat's nest, topsy-turviness

Process these words, let them sink in and tell me which grouping of words makes you feel at ease versus tense?

 Have a good one and be …
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Getting life in order - one item at a time.
By : Dan Höering

Cleaning out a garage is the very last thing on most people's lists. Add on to that, trying to start the re-organizational process of cleaning out, then organizing your garage, spare room or attic is more than monumental, it is nearly impossible. The kinship and belongings-factor causes massive procrastination, putting-it-off for months and years and finally, a never-feeling of doing that task! Having to move, a death in the family, divorce, health problems are usually the only way these needed tasks get done. Sadly, those seasons are difficult at best and cause the processes that are needed; a careful approach, planning and patience positive actions to carry out the 're-organization process' to have to be rushed, items purged and hauled away and done improperly with a very negative result. Thereby, losing precious items that should be kept, things broken and lost forever. A sad ending. But there's hope...
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