Things that do not change, have no meaning. Things that do not end, have no value.
If a process were to last forever, a point in the future would inevitably come where due to the intermediary buildup the actions of what is currently the present are untraceable to the conditions at that future point.
And in a real process, one which must end, the actions during it’s existence have no effect on the final outcome. This is indistinguishable from a process without end.
A universe without value is self-contradictory. Rules without action are not rules.
Without some process to act, value cannot apply to system.
Thus, any set of value cannot violate the preliminary requirements for there to exist value. This, in itself, is valuable.