The things that involve the world being in Ordnung (to my mind, anyway) include a spirit of community, simple pleasures that don't involve the distractions of modern life and a preservation of customs of traditions.
The annual seifenkisten rennen (soapbox race) that takes place during the Mai Dult is one such occasion where the phrase leaps to mind. It's a soapbox race that includes kids, parents, neighborhood old folks, as well as business establishments and local authorities. The participants all race with their own, hand built soap boxes. There are age divisions and an MC.
Watching everyone cheer and clap for their friends and neighbors as they race down the hill, while eating handmade potato chips from a paper cone and sipping coke through a straw makes me feel like I'm in a Munich version of The Andy Griffith Show.
These quaint pleasures within a large city are what makes Munich so special to me. In Ordnung indeed.