I want to get an LG ultra fine 5K monitor for my MacBook Pro 2017. On the back of the monitor is the lightning port with power (circled). Normally, you connect this is to the lightning port on the MacBook Pro and it charges the mac in addition to getting video signal for the LG. However, I have a Belkin Thunderbolt 3 docking station that I instead want to connect to my MacBook Pro as it can also provide the MacBook Pro power through the docking station's lightening 3 connection. The docking station has another lightning 3 port to which lightning devices can be connected. Can I connect the LG to that and get video and also not hurt the LG since the LG also provides power through the circle lightning port? Also, with the above setup would I also be able to connect, at the same time, an Apple Thunderbolt display to the back of the LG 5K monitor using a Thunderbolt 3 to 2 adapter? My reason for setting it up this way is to have only to make one connection to the MacBook Pro each day at the office. Plus, the combination would give me lots of connections (both through TV, docking station and the back of the Apple Lightning Display).