Turbulence only goes so far or else humanity, the world, and the universe would disintegrate. Constant turmoil within a state of longevity implies a balanced imbalance — which further implies a contrivance, an underlying design. It appears that existence is setup to incite drama, yet not so much as to tear the underlying foundation apart.
If randomness ruled, then the emergence and durability of existence seems unlikely. And because drama does not lessen over time, it implies a fabrication of stressors. In other words, life regularly introduces tension, but only enough to harass, not destroy. Individuals do expire, but this tends to imply the unimportance of individuality — overall, their periodic demise seems part of the balanced imbalance.