Things that gain from disorder are described by Nassim Taleb as antifragile. Somewhere between fragile and sturdy is this concept. A glass can be fragile and break when you drop it, a plastic cup can be sturdy and be just fine when you drop it, but other things actually get stronger from that act of "being dropped".
Examples of things that are antifragile:
It can be tempting to avoid antifragility because it is generally uncomfortable. It's less beneficial in the long run however.
Jeffrey R. Holland alluded to this idea in his talk in the Oct 2020 Sun Afternoon session of General Conference:
It's better that I approach discomfort that can help me grow. I think that my mission was one big example of this.