of tea for She forces us on a longer, harder route to Her. If one were to face
Mother and plead “Why do You keep sending these bleeding arrows Maa; the
slin...gs and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take
arms against a sea of troubles...won't you give me a break....What do you really
want from me?” just to expose a Shakespearean tint with the plea.
Mother, without hesitation whatsoever, would embrace and say “What do you want
for yourself child?” And there we have Mother and Her paradox, for She hurts to
the core those She loves most. Spiritual transitions are the results of great
pains. Mother’s surgery hurts but cures spiritually. The end justifies the means
as She always takes Her distressed children into refuge finally. It has not and
never been any other way provided one has unreserved faith in Maa. What we often
don't realise is, how hurt She often is to put Her children on that path to
Her.....Jai Durga Maa.
Yogi Ananda Saraswathi....