For as long as I can remember, I've been passionate about "order" - even when I was a child. I think, I was the only child in the neighborhood whose mother never had to tell her to "tidy her room", or to not "soil her Sunday dress." (Yes, in those days, we still had dresses for Sundays only.) Now that I'm a (bit) older, the meaning of order has expanded. Order to me means that at any given time, things and people can be in their best possible place. That's why I can find order even if there's nothing but chaos, for chaos are the building blocks of order. Sometimes I have to look very hard to find the order in the chaos, but I always do--eventually!
Causes Monika Rice Supports
Operation Smile, Defenders of Wildlife, WWF, Doctors Without Borders