On a design-based view, it is not particularly surprising that the first life would be finely optimized to reduce copying errors.
There are sound counterarguments to the plethora of schemes that OOL researchers devise in trying to account for how life could have emerged abiotically.
Living cells employ forward-thinking and backward-thinking strategies. Both strategies require planning outside the immediate situation.
The word often permits the improbable to be considered probable for the purposes of sounding like science without providing any.
Naturally occurring self-organization is fundamentally different from the order in living systems.