Jinia wrote me a few letters. Three years earlier, a writing of Kana had been written with the same form of expression. She had not learned how to write then but used to fill her writings in a short time, and it looked as if it was writing. She had seen them as a picture. So it was easier for her to write the letters in her own pictures. Jinia is 5 years old. When she gave me that letter, I immediately remembered Kana’s writings. Jinia mixes her pictures and writings. She often writes me letters in her picture writing and tells me ‘I have written this’. Pictures in the drawing of lines and writings which are full of expression without having a single word in them. Following its control by the laws of writing and grammar, the picture of writing adopts a uniform rhythm. That’s why, all of Jinia’s thoughts will become the same rule for only one word, which must be written in accordance with one form of grammar. But now, she writes one word in different pictures. The word takes many forms which are not in the laws of grammar and are not controlled. Only she pictures them. She loves the word and repeats it in many pictorial forms. In the world prior to the teaching of writing and form, only she is the owner of those words and letters. She writes many words which only she can recognise and understand and which are far from the form found in writing. Once they are systematised, the pictures change and adapt to the common rules of writing, without which they cannot be considered writing. Although, all of Jinia’s writings have name and meaning.