“I” stands for the speaker, “You” stands for the addressed, Everything else for everybody else
it must have been some twenty years since my adolescence experience thinking about the “I” and what it really means. For somebody who is unaware or free of the perception of the “I”, reality must be a very confusing thing. “I” is my- and everybody els’s name at the same time. The missing link in the mind of the autistic person seems to be something that we possess but aren’t able to explain, deconstruct let alone create.