Ordering one's existence has always been seen to be a wise decision, however problems may occur when two or more individuals compare their understanding of order and there appears to be a discrepancy.
All the parties may well have their own point of view and each be speaking the truth, but what of the outcome?
In natural situations, there is discussion and a frank exchange of views, leading to a common agreement being established.
Even when agreement cannot be reached, there is the avenue of adherence, where one understands that to achieve a positive outcome, it is necessary to sacrifice one's own perception of order or to modify it, to move forward with others.
The old adage, 'You cannot have your own way all the time', applies and through proper negotiation, it is possible to see eye to eye and make progress.