For there to be order (rather than chaos) there is organisation. Part of this is Time, and the other part is Space.
We began as spirits, living in Time; and when we become incarnated - as mortal Men on earth - we become organised in Space.
Initially, it is only possible to incarnate in mortal form, with bodies that change, decay, are subject to disease and death; but - thanks to Jesus Christ - we may choose to be resurrected into Life Everlasting, with immortal and indestructible bodies.
This represents a further - and sufficient - ordering of reality.
As mortals we grow in consciousness, experiencing change in the environment of other beings, and also in our selves, our bodies; after resurrection we continue to experience the first but not the second.
This is mostly a great enhancement, and sets-us up for eternity - but there is also a closing-off of certain possibilities that we have in mortal life - the experiences of living with internal change due to our own bodily growth, development, disease, degeneration and death.