(I am aware of this question, however, my question focus specifically about why Torah is called sweet).
In Koheles 11:7, Torah is described as וּמָת֖וֹק הָא֑וֹר (u'Matok HaOhr), a sweet light.
וּמָת֖וֹק הָא֑וֹר Truly the light is sweet
Rashi on this posuk links to a posuk in Tehillim, where Dovid HaMelech describes Torah as "sweeter than honey and drippings from the combs"
My question is: why is the Torah compared to 1) Honey, and why is the Torah described as a sweet light, a וּמָת֖וֹק הָא֑וֹר?
The Aramaic Targum translates the posuk in Koheles as follows:
And sweet is the light of the Torah, and it is good to light up dim eyes that they may see the glory of the face of the Shecina
So, according to the Targum, the Torah can light up dim eyes, in order that they may see the glory of the face of the shechina. This makes sense. However the "sweet" part, is what I have trouble with. Why sweet? Why honey?
Are there any mefarshim who explain this? (any mefarshim welcome).