Hey, I'm back again and I have a topic that's been on my mind lately. The ethics of using abilities to "cheat". Such as: powerful empaths (or those with precognitive abilities) feeling for the answers on a test, draining energy from an opponent during a race or other sporting even, convincing the spirit of the water in the pool at a swim meet to make you go faster and slow others down, using precognitive abilities to win in card games, board games, or any other game like that, using an energy field or something along those lines to change the path of the ball be it in base ball, basket ball, soccer, etc.
Ok, I'll go ahead and admit it. I've done most of those things, but I truthfully didn't really think about it much until now. And now that I think about it, I realize that I do it very, very often. I'm even guilty of using one of my new abilities, influencing people's feelings, to get my way in all sorts of things, nothing too serious mind you, just minor things. I've never hurt anyone or caused anyone to do something that might hurt someone. I've even helped people with it but that's not what I'm writing this for. I'm writing this about the one thing I haven't seen an article on. Is using your abilities in such a manner "cheating"?
What my questions are right now are:
Is what I've been doing all that bad? Or is it like a really strong person being a good wrestler, its part of who they are so why shouldn't they use it?
Am I the only cheater out there or just the only one so far who's raised a guilty hand and admitted to my guilty deeds?