Loophole or Hole in a loop ?
Via daily prompt loophole
When I read and pondered over today’s prompt – LoopHole, I felt the word has been misjudged and ill treated. As per the dictionary meaning, loophole means a flaw or inadequacy .
While if you see this word deeply it’s a hole in the loop. When stuck inside a loop we always look for a way out. A means to escape or break that loop. Why such a escape root is interpreted as a flaw?
This is same as what ‘Abhimanyu‘ was looking for, while fighting against the loop of his own brothers and uncles in the battle of ‘ Mahabharata’ .
Do you too feel the same or am I just over-interpreting??
(In the pic : My son at an adventure park in Leh, Jammu.)
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