Hi again Lubo!
Some quick responses.
Does the sense create something different then sense itself?
No, it’s just a bundle of thoughts, ideas, a figment of imagination, etc. that creates the sense of “I”. It’s like the much used picture of the waves on the ocean – the waves (sense of “I”, “other” people and things) isn’t separated from the ocean (here I stumble for words… let’s call it the Total Beingness), the problem is when the waves (“I”, “you” or “things” etc) loses the sense of the vast Beingness, of being appearances in what just is and what is happening, the sense of just wave'ing/being wave'ed. I don’t know how to better describe this… When seeing the words just written it sounds so bland and kind of new age’y ; ) , not at all as what is experienced : )
Does the language create something real? Investigate this word: "Waterfall" is there one drop water even?
Word I, Me - is there real me, I?
No and no : )
So, what is this sense of me?
I think I answered this in response to the first question.
Can sense talk, think - or there are thoughts, talking...?
There’s just thoughts, talking, etc happening/appearing.