For her, governments of any stripe would have their constituents believe that they were attempting to remove chaos from the galaxy, that they were trying to make things perfect, when only the Force was perfect. For ordinary beings, life was a constant interplay between order and chaos, day and night, light and dark.
Her reverence for the Force had evolved from an enduring love of nature. Yes, she thought of herself as agile and strong and intuitive, but she understood that her skills were a far cry from those attributed to the Jedi. She did, however, embrace the Order’s philosophy of generosity, compassion, and peaceful resolution, and on many a far-flung world she had experienced moments in nature that could only be described as transcendent. It was certainly possible that those peak moments had their basis in belief and emotion, but that hardly mattered; even if she wasn’t able to use the Force, she could at least feel it, and she was content with that.
Different anon here - I agree that Melissa hasn't received enough credit from fandom this season. Looking at her portrayal of Kara in S2 vs S1, for me she's managed to convey a subtle growth in the character as an adult dealing with life (particularly now Cat's not around) without losing any of the things that make Kara who she is. Melissa gives so much to the character and the show, she commits to every scene, and she deserves way more recognition for it.