Once upon a time, there was a young man named Eddie who was gifted with solving crossword puzzles. One day, as he was strolling down the park with his friends, he came across a challenging crossword and decided to give it a try. As he skimmed through the clues, one word that he couldn’t figure out was “Mistake”.
Eddie scratched his head and tried to think of a suitable word that could fit in the boxes. Suddenly, one of his friends who was trailing behind shouted out “ERROR“! Eddie was stunned, and in disbelief, he jotted down the word in the boxes, and it perfectly matched with the underlying connections. He had solved the clue!
Curious, Eddie asked his friend how he was able to guess the word without looking at the other clues, and he was informed that while he was walking, he saw someone writing something wrong and by calling it out, it was a reminder that anyone can make a mistake.
It was then that Eddie realized the depth of the connection between the clue ‘Mistake‘ and the answer ‘ERROR.’ Just like how his friend noticed someone making an error, the crossword clue was also pointing towards the fact that people make mistakes, and they need to be careful to avoid them.
From that day onwards, Eddie never forgot the importance of being vigilant and mindful, understanding that a simple ERROR, regardless of its scope, can change the course of anything.