The universe thrives on balance. That is why every energy tries to achieve its lowest state where neither too much is lost or too much gained. For example, any star that has too much mass and will either explode or collapse in on itself. The ideal shape for an object in the universe is spherical where it can push out just enough and pull in (gravity) just enough but not fall in on itself.
Electrons dont zip around the core of an atom in neat ellipses like we drew in chem class, they position and speed are impossible to determine with any absolute certainty and yet, we need them in exact proportions to make up the various elements that exist in the cosmos.
So to anwer your question, both disorder and order natural and necessary occurences.