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Monday, 21 June 2021

Wisdom of King Solomon Story

Wisdom of King Solomon Story

Wisdom of King Solomon, story of king Solomon and queen sheba
Wisdom of King Solomon Story

King Solomon was famous for his wisdom. He was considered then as one of the greatest wise kings. His reign was marked by his prudent judgement and wise approaches to the world and its people. The entire kingdom was blessed by such a great emperor. The people were happy in his kingdom. Queen Sheba came to know about King Solomon. She was not only beautiful but also an intelligent lady. She was curious to a great extent to test the wisdom of King Solomon.

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One day, Queen Sheba came to the palace of King Solomon. She carried two beautiful garlands of roses with her. She wished to give King Solomon the garlands as pleasant gifts. King Solomon welcomed Queen Sheba. It was a large hall where King Solomon welcomed Queen Sheba. The queen placed two garlands in the middle of the hall where King Soloman welcomed Queen Sheba. The queen placed the two garlands in the middle of the hall on a stand. The couriers and others present there were very confused. They could not understand why the queen had brought two garlands of roses which were identical. They eagerly waited for the revelation of the intention of the queen. Queen Sheba honoured King Solomon and asked him most respectfully to choose the original garland of roses. Everyone was taken aback because it was beyond one's imagination to recognize that one of the garlands was false. Even King Solomon, whose wisdom was unquestionable, at first felt uneasy to recognize the garland of original roses.


King Solomon looked at the garlands for a while. Then he asked the servants to open the windows of the hall. At once, the bees flew in from the garden. They kept buzzing around the two garlands. Finally the bees sat on the original garland of roses. King Solomon smiled at once and pointed out the garland of real roses. Queen Sheba could not help admiring King Solomon.


Moral : Wisdom has its own decorum.


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