Are they the same thing, or should they be considered the same thing? Recently, when I was training a bit with "pyrokinesis", I was thinking 'bout "What if I could generate fire, instead of just control/manipulate it?" 'cause one thing is having to bring with yourself a way to make fire just so you can manipulate it as you like, another would be to be able to generate it whenever you want, having the fire "at hand".With this mindset I decided to play a bit with my energy and see if I could abuse a bit of my affinity to fire in order to make it happen. Or course I wasn't able to make a fire ball or even a single flame show in my hand, but that day I learned that I can control/generate Heat, and heat isn't so far from fire.Maybe with a lot of training and a bit of luck, I might achieve the ability to generate real live fire without the necessity to use the gimmicks that magicians use. This discovery though made me think, what exactly the "-kinesis" allows us to do?If it's just control/manipulation of something that already exists then it means that we can only influence the "matter" so far, and if we were to "fight" against someone or something that had the same ability, then the one that had the most control of it would be the winner. So kinesis is all 'bout control? I don't know.If I ask I'm sure that the community would be split between "Yes, kinesis is only 'bout the control" and "No, you can also generate what you'll control".'Cause if we stop to think, as much as we use "-kinesis" with anything, we haven't really gave it a "meaning", what exactly the "-kinesis" allows you to do regarding an ability.That's why I was questioning myself, should the ability to generate the element/matter have a "-genesis" or should we stay with "-kinesis" and in it also put the ability to generate something? What y'all think 'bout this?Is kinesis the same as genesis?Should they be considered separate?