Re: what about Maa Kâli ?
Though I am a self-identified Vaishnava, I see Maa Kali in that light... in my mind as just one aspect of the Divine Mother, an aspect of God as Mother and Father. In my mind, Maa Kali is like the she-bear or she-wolf who will attack and savage anyone or anything that threatens her cubs. The cubs see their mother as nothing more than their mother who cares for them. They don't understand, know or care what her ferocity is or what her other attributes or behaviors are, only that she is there for them. Why should they?
Originally Posted by MahaHrada
This is just my view.
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