In this chapter, the author deconstructs the dominant discourses of power analysis to illustrate how not noticing “what people do together and what their ‘doing’ makes” is a way to keep alive the pathway for supremacy and elitism. She proposes how orienting to the everyday life of making meaning together, locally in our utterances and interaction, is a relationally responsive stance of noticing the power of with-ness talk. Today's social inequalities are reified moral orders embedded in generations of communicative actions and coordination. The social/structural/systemic forces are created from within the relational processes of utterances and interactions, which shapes and is shaped by our stories, frames, and meanings of what matters, which, in turn, shapes and is reshaped by the social, systemic, and structural spaces. The significance of approaching power from a discursive perspective lies in the democratization of knowledge production, which stems from within collaboration.