This is to be a quiet movement at the borderline. A movement that gently normalizes the extraordinary as ordinary, as natural, and as a return of the feminine. Mirari
Mary here seems to say that we can live extraordinary lives as naturally as the sun rises every day. A Course of Love says something very similar about “extraordinary” lives, that when ordinary people are seen to be living in an extraordinary way that others will be encouraged to do likewise.
Mary goes farther, though, to say that extraordinary can become the norm. We are allowing the feminine to rise in importance in our world, and it is the mother/wife/sister/daughter in cooperation with men, too, who will accomplish much in this new world. It is natural to women to be nurturing, and now we can see that women are going to nourish things that have been out of reach before.
Ask what we—both women and men—can say and do today that will make a lasting difference in our world. We need meaningful change, reconciliation with our brothers and sisters, loving attitudes to inform all our ways.
Be among the pioneers. There is room for all.