Notice the key word 'if' in this statement. You have not established that assumption.<quoted text>
Look at how your statement about not knowing what it means to conform to equality proves true:
If all power has one source, then it is naturally the source of EACH ONE of those powers which it (the source) has created.
And why not? You make a claim, and then make an illogical leap from that claim and then claim that *I* am not being reasonable? Really?Therefore the remark:
"Even if all power has a source, you are making the illogical leap from the statement...";
Should never even have entered your mind as a reasonable individual ("reasonable" by any definition).
But the converse fails, and the converse is what you need for your conclusion.The assumption that there is a source of all powers MUST immediately, directly, naturally and every -ally-ly implies that:'For each power, there is a source of that power'.
Now you are simply refusing to actually discuss because you know you haven't proven your case.If that conclusion was based on your sentiments above; it is meaningless (both the conclusion and the sentiment).
Prove it (that there must be a single source for all power).But logic demands that there be, and there must naturally be.
And you could say the same about 'light', but we know that light doesn't have a single, common source. You could say the same thing about mass, but we know that mass doesn't have a single common source (no, the Higg's particle doesn't do this). Why would you expect power to have a single, common source? Even if every individual type of power has a source, that doesn't imply that all power has a single source--a very basic logical mistake.That which is powerful by any definition of power, must possess one unique attribute (or set of attributes) which allows it to be identified as being powerful or having potential. And it is this attribute/s which is causes or generates the power by itself or from itself.