Golden Touch: Blessing or Curse
Golden Touch: Blessing or Curse1 min 185 1 min 185
There used to be an emperor named Midas who administered something beneficial for a Satyr. Also, he was at that time conceded a desire by Dionysus, the divine force of wine.
For his desire, Midas asked that whatever he contacted would attend gold. In spite of Dionysus' endeavors to forestall it, Midas argued this was an outstanding wish, thus, it had been gave.
Excited for his recently earned forces, Midas began contacting a good range of things, transforming everything into unadulterated gold.
Be that because it may, soon, Midas got ravenous. As he got a touch of nourishment, he discovered he was unable to eat it. It had gone to gold in his grasp.
Hungry, Midas moaned, "I'll starve! Maybe this wasn't such a tremendous wish all things considered!"
Seeing his disappointment, Midas' adored female child tossed her arms around him to comfort him, and she, as well, visited gold. "The brilliant touch is not any gift," Midas cried.