If the stones could shout out, as Jesus suggests they are capable of, they would likely tell the story of two kings who entered Jerusalem from separate entrances.
Martha, of course, was busy doing the dishes. Lazarus was silent, perhaps still standing in amazement of the fact that only a few days ago he was deader than a doornail. Mary, however, did something quite different.
We mustn't stay on the mountain. The valleys are plentiful and THAT'S where Jesus calls us.
According to this passage, the Christian narrative is nothing if it is not about restorative justice.