There are two types of descriptions of reality. The first is causal which involves descriptions of causes and effects. The second is statistical which involves descriptions of statistical aggregates.
I think it is possible to embed causal descriptions within statistical narratives.
For example, prime numbers have a causal description. It is about how a number is prime because of its divisibility. Prime numbers also have a statistical description which studies how prime numbers are distributed on the number line. It is as if something that looks statistical from afar is actually created by a multitude of causal narratives.
I like to think that The Second Law of Thermodynamics, has embedded within it a causal narrative. I like to think such an embedding involves poetic narratives involving us, and other intelligence making the law hold. I like to think we are part of the Second Law. We are a way for the Second Law to hold true.