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18 Apr 2017 

she, squitzofrenia, and spirits

When, the book, "she became a success" it was at first very pleasing, but worrisome, then finally a desease. Letīs try to explain why one tries to call themselves in third person. Grammatically itīs a mistake to refer to oneself in first person, but where does that lead in first place? If I had called myself I the whole time like in "When I had gonne", and what I had donne, would sound a little selfish for the lack of a better term, not only that but some other word I forgot. But when things are confusing, they are confusing no matter what. When "she" started to worry about demons, it was damn right that had a reason to be. But that profound reason, which with I have no idea, of what proportions, and if there is some other variation, one is having to measure up really. We basicaly leave it to common sense. But what common sense is then, have we in she? Letīs try to understand who is she. She is a connective to the story. Like in an elipse, something that connects to the object after the verb. If the world was made of objects, there wouldnīt need words, than that is what I understand about elipses. If you were told about life differently, that there didnīt exist nothing of what you remember, would you believe it? Does one think about it? Does she think about it? When she or he starts to get tired, on text, she hasnīt explained nothing, she only lives. When someone explains something we are parafrasing the person. "she said..." Portuguese, please, sais she. She sais, I donīt understand. When one thinks, lonely, then when one speaks lonely, the charge goes right to the physician. 
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