If you have never seen a perfectly symmetrical cone of a Christmas tree, then perhaps you should drop by our house.
At first glance you would think it is a real tree, but I am telling you now that it is artificial.
Just measure the angle that the sloping side of the tree makes between the floor and the peak, and then compare this value to the angle on the other side.
They are exactly the same value.
In order to cover up this deception, we attempted to distribute the ornaments in a completely random way. This turned out so perfectly random that the casual observer might think that each and every item was placed at exactly the right position and orientation in relation to the other glittering objects.
The holiday season has become overly predictable in more ways than one. Human nature makes it that way but at the same time tries not to impose too much order.
From order comes chaos, and even the most random chaos portrays a predictable pattern in one way or other.