So, type 1s are inclined to order and although that is often conflated to mean wisdom itself, order contains only half of available wisdom, 1/3 rd if you count the neutral issues between order and chaos as a meaningful chunk of the virtues.
So, although the touchy-feely, easily identifiable virtues, like honor, honesty, and kindness are indeed virtues, some others are less obviously so, like challenging, loyalty, and even achievement itself. The virtues of chaos are often maligned improperly.
You even say in this quote that the world is insane or chaotic, insane often being another word for chaotic. These are just the perceptions of an order bound person. I am not saying you are incapable of seeing past only order, but you (and perhaps the OP) should realize that such a predisposition towards order (and fear) inclines you to misunderstand the wisdom genuinely offered by chaos.
This is one reason why all 1s are not right and there can be many 1s on both sides of a battlefield or debate. Oftentimes restraint seems synonymous with wisdom. But freedom has a wisdom all its own. It is the balanced integration of the two that is needed.
So, LOVE the chaos because it is life affirming and wise and every single ounce as important as order is.