With all due respect, I think you're really reaching by using "communication" to describe all the processes and relations of existence. The word implies an intentional act, and as far as I know there isn't good evidence that anything other than life has any intent.
I doubt that reality is driven by purpose, although purpose is possible, of course. Reality can't exist for a reason because a reason would mean there was a reasoner who made reality for whatever reason, who existed before reality.
I don't think that was the case, myself. It makes more sense to me that reality has always existed in different forms, without a first or absolute intention or reason aiming at any specific or final outcome of events.
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