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The distinction between makkunrai and oroan in the society or the Church is not a matter of role but one of function. Makkunrai is the ordinary person who takes on reproductive labor and any other domestic roles, necessarily incurring community interaction generally. By contrast, oroans are the extraordinary people of the Church who, while carrying out the domestic and social tasks, are linked to God and thus transcend their earthly existence through ecclesial communion and association with Him. God, however, is not limited to this one divine and redemptive function. He is the Creator of all and pervades the entirety of creation with his Spirit. This gives, therefore, a transcendence of vitality to makkunrai and oroan. As the two genders of makkunrai and oroan constitute the most visible part of God, the manifest creation of his divinity, it is inextricably linked to God, and involves a continual participation in the divine plan.
To put it in other words, makkunrai is like a womb or a home in which God bears fruit and oroan is like a face, full of the most beautiful features, reflecting God and his work, which can be observed even in the cellar and the mountains.
This image of creation helps us to develop the integral vision of the human person as it was developed in the Catholic Church by Bishop Teilhard de Chardin, who was a great admirer of the spiritual maternal care given to the Gospel. He wrote that we are an integral part of the universe, and thus created by the divine Intelligence and the Lord of the Universe, in whom we live. Teilhard argued that society as a microcosm, that is to say, the vision of the totality that the social sciences are trying to develop, is possible, not because we are small entities, but because in our human birth we have received all that God has created in all creatures: and with us, he is working to save nature by undertaking the conversion of all human societies as a whole. d2c66b5586