While tempted beyond measure, I hope I would respectfully decline all three options. Power over others, while appealing in a massive kind of way, is not cool because they should have the same freedoms as I. The power to turn back time, to me is the most appealing, but yet I fear also the most dangerous. Theoretically, it could/would have a ripple effect and changing the choice of the candy bar you ate at a play date could magically erase/change the rest of your life without you having ever considered it. Lastly, the power over death sounds like winning the lottery. But you know, many lottery winners wind up more miserable than they were before winning. If you never die, after a while, what is there left to live for? All the people you love would be gone. And if you could keep all of you alive, that would pose it's own problems as well. While all three of these sound like the deal of a lifetime, I'm afraid each would up and bite me in the behind eventually.