I am he and he is SHE, and She is me and we are all together.
Here's me, delivering wheat using my cow.
this kanji is 'watashi' if you're a formal guy, and 'atashi' if you're a formal lady.If you're an old guy, you can say, 'washi,' and if you're addressing a superior person you'd say 'wataKUshi.'
(BOOBOO: Don't ever start your sentences with 'watashi wa.' That is like the ＃1 noobiest thing ever. If you are going to a school where they teach you to introduce yourself with 'watashi ha', it's ok, but if they want you to start all your sentences that way, quit and find another school.) 1/2 KANA
private railway - uses the second meaning of '私’ (private)
|私||me / private||WHEAT|
Buddha is a PERSON.
I myself cut the WHEAT.
You enlarge something by making it WIDER.
I use my HAND to pay.