Depending on what type of powers you have, most people get into the super hero or super villain business. Others start to visit a therapist.new answerAnother word for power is- understanding. We all are better served by using what we know responsibly. As far as how much power is available, we are all children of GOD with the same potential. The capabilities that I am currently aware of and have use of is all I can know about the one who created me. All else is speculation or the result of the passing on of incomplete information. During my intense studies I found myself doing some things that I previously believed and was told that were impossible. From that experience I now say or think rather than impossible, " I don't know how to do that ,yet". Someday.
What I Did
It really depends on what kind of power(s) you have. You have to decide - you know what you can do, just use it and don't fear it. Don't be reckless, be prepared just in case, but don't fear a gift.
What any sane normal person would do if they woke up with super powers: Exploit them for riches, power, and selfish satisfaction (and saving the world every now and then would do wonders for your publicity, too).Answer:I have learned in my life that when humans have power they seek to use it because they think they should use their powers for the greater good but the powers taint the owner and soon there is war, destruction and suffering. Not many people know this but in World War 2 Adolf Hitler believed in the supernatural when he saw the entity of his late father. Hitler tried to use supernatural entities to win the war. He ordered his men to seek out the worst black magic item there is, Beliar's Skull but he was stopped by an unknown woman.
Use your gift for what you believe is worth being done.
I have learned that I have healing abilities, so I use them to help people when I can. Depending upon what your power is, I would recommend you do what you think is best.
First, I would consider your new found "power" as a tool, thereby removing any possibility of ego entering into it. Ego and greed are the greatest means of diluting any such tool. We are all born with these talents. If, when and how we choose to acknowledge and use them are personal choices. If it is used for the good of the all, then much can be accomplished and the tool can be increased exponentially. When greed or ego enters, the tool is diminished and can provide a pathway for unfavorable feedback. Good luck and may your path be well lit.
The Universe is regarded as a human organism on a colossal scale and man as a copy of it in miniature. Man is a mini replica of God and so, a human can become the sum total of all things and the wielder of supreme power.
My take as someone who has precognitive dreams, if you can use anything you have to help, it's your responsibility to do something to help. Sometimes I see things I have no power to change, but at least I am forewarned and in a better position to handle something than a person who wasn't cursed with a glimpse of something coming.
reserved powers are powers reserved to the state Delegated powers are powers reserved to the federal government and Concurrent powers are powers reserved to both state and federal government
delegated powers, concurrent powers, and reserved powers
None..state powers have state powers and federal powers have federal powers. The powers not given to the federal government belongs to the state so they each have different powers.
The Allied Powers, Axis powers, and the Neutral Powers
executive powers, legislative powers, and judicial powers
Enumerated powersConcurrent powersReserved powers
Implied powers are congress exercised powers which are not given explicitly by the constitution. While express powers are the powers which is given by the constitution.
Expressed powers are powers that are specifically listed in the Constitution. Implied powers are powers not listed in the Constitution but according to the "necessary and proper" clause, these powers may used to carry out expressed powers.
National powers are called "Federal powers"; those of the States' are called "police powers."
Implied powers are powers that are not expressly stated, but people know they have those powers. They are powers that are not stated in the Constitution.
Delegated powers Concurrent powers Reserved powers
Reserved powers are those powers reserved for not reserved for- but granted to the states. The definition of reserved powers: All powers not expressed in the Constitution are granted to the states and called reserved powers.
Implied powers are powers that are perceived to be in place. Enumerated powers are powers that are specifically listed. An example of enumerated powers are the powers listed in Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution.
Delegated Powers are powers given only to the federal government. Reserved Powers are powers reserved for state governments. and concurrent powers are powers shared between the state and federal governments. Implied powers are powers that congress are not specifically listed in the constitution and expressed powers are powers of congress that are specified.
Resulting Powers derive from the mass of delegated powers or from a group of them. They are an extension of implied powers.
It is possible if you were born with powers, but if you weren't born with powers then you can't get any powers no matter what.
Exclusive powers are those powers that can be exercised by the National Government alone. Concurrent powers are those powers that both the National Government and state governments can exercise.
There are powers that are necessary and proper to execute the written powers, however, it was not specifically added in the constitution. This powers are called "implied powers".
Expressed powers are powers of Congress specifically listed in the Constitution.
Enumerated/Delegated Powers - Powers given only to the federal government. Reserved Powers - Powers reserved for state governments only. Concurrent Powers - Powers shared between the state and federal governments. Implied Powers - Powers that Congress has that ARE NOT specifically listed in the Constitution. Expressed Powers (almost like Enumerated/Delegated) - Powers of Congress that ARE specifically listed in the Constitution.