What is the Buddhist view,and this community's view, of Chaos vs. Peace? My belief is that Chaos is the opposite of Peace, and that Nature (humans included) are always fighting against Chaos, and bringing their environment, their world, towards Peace or equilibrium. (For example: creating medicine to combat disease, creating shelter to combat the elements, creating religion to combat confusion, the psychological tendency of humans to always categorize things.) I also hold the belief that the cosmos, our environment, our world, is inherently Chaotic. I feel like no matter what we will never discover the smallest atomic particle, nor will we ever learn all that there is to know (intelligence-wise, not wisdom-wise), nor will we ever stop discovering things, nor will we ever be able to completely control Nature.
I love philosophy, and I also enjoy intellectual discussion about it. If this is the wrong forum to discuss things like this, please tell me. I do not wish to overstep my bounds and change this forum into something that it isn't. I just thought that the Buddhists on this forum, with their great wisdom, might give me more insightful answers than others whom with I could discuss these things.