Singular first-person pronouns of I

Me, Myself, and I are a good representation of three aspects. Perhaps these fit with the first three I-words respectively: Instinct, Intellect, Intuition… but that leaves Intention out.

I wonder if there is a fourth word available to use in illustrating the Book of I? What could be a first-person pronoun which represents Intuition?

It may be a bit of a stretch, but using my name could fit the bill. Me, Myself, I, and Stever – representing Instinct, Intellect, Intuition, and Intention respectively? Well, no… because referring to myself as Stever is in the third-person. Damn…

Hmmmm. I wonder… since the Intention must be assigned to either myself or an outside entity, perhaps the best word would be Mine. I believe Intention should always be from within myself because I am fully responsible for myself, so it would be possessive, right?

Unless I hear of a better idea, first-person pronouns for the Book of I will be Me, Myself, I, and Mine for Instinct, Intellect, Intuition, and Intention respectively.


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