Wisdom Tales | Sweet with a pinch of salt


I am an observant writer and motivational blogger. My blog is the true reflection of my soul. It spreads happiness and shows ways to smile even when time tests you. Organising effectively and managing time makes me productive. Over the years, I have become calm. I am clear of my goal and this makes my journey smooth. Currently, the focus is to let it go and be a spectator.

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41 Responses

  1. Dr Bushra says:

    I’ve read this story in my childhood. Indeed a beautiful story with strong message. #dewreads

  2. Priya Iyer says:

    What a beautiful story and so relevant. Loved it.

  3. Nils says:

    I remember this! Heard this story in my childhood. These tales by your elders leave an imprint always whether its granny or uncles. Its an important lesson. I like salty things😁

  4. Harshita Nanda says:

    I must applaud you for your creativity in picking this as a theme! All of us have grown up with such tales which imparted wisdom in a simple way. This post also brings to mind the number of times I have managed to put less salt in food!

  5. Neha Sharma says:

    What a beautiful thought of recollecting & sharing wisdom tales with your readers. Loved your theme as well as this story. It’s true that a dish is incomplete if it has no salt so yes salt plays an extremely important role.

  6. Roma says:

    Yeah love to see how you have evolved as a writer my friend. This theme is unique and I so loved this meaningful tale. Will always remember king’s daughter too

  7. Manas Mukul says:

    Grandmother tales brings so much nostalgia. Short crisp and sweet with a pinch of salt. Nice one Geethica ji. So who is the salt of your life?

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  8. Ritu Bindra says:

    I have heard the story as a child. And it is so apt. Without salt, everything is bland. Similarly, without setbacks, we don’t appreciate success.

  9. I love the story and its moral. Even when I make cake ,muffin and brownie add little salt in sweet recipe. Every spice is important in life and food.

  10. Aesha Shah says:

    I haven’t heard this story before though my grandmom used to narrate many such stories to me. I will look forward to other wisdom tales by you for MFA

  11. Rashi+Roy says:

    Grandma stories are so simple yet so impactful. Glad you came up with this series. Would love to read all the wisdom tales.

  12. Modern Gyspy says:

    What an interesting story! Not one I have heard before, but so true – without salt, even the best looking dish is tasteless.

  13. Beautiful story that was well told. And yes, I have a very sweet tooth and choose that over others with a price to pay.

  14. Arti says:

    Beautiful story and well narrated

  15. I love always the way you say and what you say, love the post Geethica and your header.

  16. Jyoti Jha says:

    These wisdom tales are so nostalgic! Loved this one with a pinch of salt 😊
    Lovely theme Geethica! Can’t wait to hear more tales from those magical wands.

  17. Richa Mina says:

    I’ve heard this tale a long time back from my mom too. This tale brought back the happy memories of childhood

  18. A pinch of salt is good. Even in relationships.

  19. Trablogger says:

    Interesting story indeed.

  20. I love your title and your theme, Geethica. Loved your introductory post and looking forward to more!

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