Words are interesting things.  They are symbols we use to convey ideas.  We can show someone a photo of a glass of water... or we can scratch out a drawing... or we can point at the sink and then to our mouth... or we can say or write "may I have some water?"  All of these approaches are symbolic ways to convey the idea we want or need the wet stuff that comes from the lake.

Problems arise when words are used to imply things they don't mean, and when their definitions are limited or filtered such that original, essential meaning is lost and confusion results.

Genesis 11:1-9 tells the story of the Tower of Babel and describes how to divide, disperse and render a united people powerless:  confuse the language.

The Groovy Word is a place to clear up certain confusions... one word at a time.