He could have made a world where the nature of each thing may be deduced from its parts. A predictable, orderly world. A world devoid of wonder.

And then we would say, “Things are this way because they must be this way.”
G‑d would be a stranger in His own world.

Instead, at each step a whole new world emerges, one we could never have predicted from anything we knew before. Until we must conclude that our finite world somehow contains infinite possibilities, that both nothing and everything is possible, that things are the way they are only because He desires they be that way.

He has made our world wondrous, so that it has room for Him.

Maamar Acharei 5733:1. Patach Eliyahu 5715.