In a harvest season, a beekeeper（養蜂人） tried making honey. He had no knowledge of skills, so he consulted his father.
The retired, old beekeeper told his son, “It"s okay to make it in the common method. However, on the point of completing it, remember to drop a little bitter medicine into the honey.”
On hearing this, he objected, “Why so? It is simply to ruin the precious honey.”
His father just smiled without reply. Upon this（于是）, he made honey as he liked. Until the honey was done, he took a bit to taste. But his honey was not as sweet as his father"s.
He was so confused that he had to ask his father. “Excuse me, why did you ask me to add bitter medicine to the done honey? Won"t it ruin the taste of the honey?”
“It is the little bitterness in the honey that excites your tongue and makes the honey sweet.”
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