According to Sri Vaishnavism, Brahman is full of "auspicious" qualities.
For example, in Ramanujacharya's commentary on the Brahma Sutras, he says:
The conclusion therefore is that texts such as 'That from whence these beings are born' etc. do convey valid instruction as to the existence of Brahman, i.e. that being which is the sole cause of the world, is free from all shadow of imperfection, comprises within itself all auspicious qualities, such as omniscience and so on, and is of the nature of supreme bliss.--Here terminates the adhikarana of 'connexion'.
But isn't what is considered "auspicious" and "perfect" a matter of opinion?
For example, some people do not think omniscience is a desirable or auspicious quality. Other people also think that infinite bliss is not a desirable or auspicious quality.
I personally agree that these are desirable and auspicious qualities, but others may not.
Compassion and mercy is another one of Brahman's auspicious qualities. But again, there are many people who consider these bad qualities.