It set me wondering: what if the same thing were not true of the world at large or life as we know it? Maybe all the violence and disharmony we see at one level, which we are close to, is what keeps the wheel of harmony moving so at a bigger, probably, universal level, it all makes sense? And since we are not equipped to think either at micro or galactic levels, we only see what is available to us at sensory level, which is a sequence of seemingly random acts of violence interspersed with someone not kicking a puppy when presented with a chance.
Perhaps that's why evolved beings, like Robert Adams or Shakespeare, reiterated that 'all is well', and that there is nothing wrong with the world, it's in the way you look at things and interpret them. It's not that what's good for someone being bad for someone else. It's more a case of a well-laid out method to all we see and don't see. Think about that the next time you see a front page report in the morning newspaper. Perhaps it will put things in perspective.