Power and Skills

THE POWERS: The innate human factors that can produce an action or an effect.

THE INTELLIGENCES: The innate human powers of mind that can produce or manufacture understanding in different categories of realities and available or unavailable information sets.

THE FACULTIES:

(1) All of the innate powers of the human mind that form the basis of all mental awareness and perceptions; and

(2) the power of doing anything.

THE CAPACITIES: The innate human powers having to do with maximum energization, production or output.

THE INGENUITIES:

(1) The innate human powers of inventing; and

(2) the innate human powers of cleverness in devising, combining, designing, or contriving. THE INTUITIONS: (1) The innate human powers and faculties of attaining to direct knowledge or cognition without rational thought and inference; and immediate apprehension or cognition.

THE CLEVERNESSES: The innate human powers of adroit resourcefulness.

THE SAGACITIES: The innate human powers of keenness, penetration, estimation, and adaptation.

THE ARTS: The innate powers of human ingenuity for adapting all things to human use.

THE ABILITIES: The innate human powers of competence via natural talent or acquired proficiency.

THE SKILLS:

(1) A learned power of doing anything competently; and

(2) learned technical, proficient, and dexterous ability to use knowledge, information, and data effectively and readily in execution or performance.