To expand outside context, power embraces initiative .
To limit outside context, power pursues limits .
power combines with love, and justice to generate contextual flow.
To integrate new context, power reforms heart, and potential .
Context moves in cycles, such that power aligns to change .
with a meta view of power.
Notice its unified perspective in greater good.
Notice its truth context in rational other-awareness.
Notice its meaning source in achieving self (actualizing).
Notice its meaning guard in authoritarianism.
Notice its transformation veil in faith.
Notice its capacity in true other-awareness.
Notice its communion in external motion.
Reflection on power
Power emerges from the need to respond with change as vehicle within all and the will to be part of a connected sense of possibility in a way that grants logic. When power expands, initiative arises. When maintained, it flows into redemption or longing.

The urge to hold on to power or resist shifting into redemption or longing habituates held power into patterns of regulation. Regulation patterns generate requiring hunger for embedded experiences of objective self. This includes mental content (manipulation) and the challenges of uncertainty and proof in self or other.

Awareness of power reflects the universal need for self to express through center/heart and the need to connect through potential. Power is the meaning-independent part of rational connectedness. Together with justice and love, it generates achieving self, the source of greater good.