How the new words will work
If the president attends, ne will preside at the meeting.
Nis employees must be present.
The responsibility must be nis
The credit belongs to ner.
The president nemself shall do the speaking.
The president will adjourn the meeting nemself.
The soldier will salute an officer of higher rank whenever ne passes.
Nis uniform will always be worn when on official business.
If the soldier shows ambition, the promotion will be nis.
The Officer of the Day will congratulate ner.
The soldier nemself must have leadership skills.
The soldier must exemplify the highest standards of integrity nemself.
THE RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD
If a Supreme Being is thought to be neither male nor female the new pronoun would work like this:
If God wanted it to rain, ne would make the clouds appear.
Nis power is endless.
The glory is nis.
The result is up to ner.
God nemself will determine the outcome.
God will reveal nemself in time.
IN THE ANIMAL WORLD
The Irish Setter's name is Red and ne (nominative) has a healthy coat of hair, although nis (possessive) tail needs to be combed. Ne can't do it nemself (reflexive). Someone will have to comb that tail of nis (Independent Possessive). Will you do it for ner (Objective)?
BABIES OF THE WORLD
Blue might signify a boy, pink for a girl. What if the baby wears other colors?
When meeting an adorable infant, one could say, "Oh isn't ne sweet?" It is possible no one will notice that neither he nor she was said. If a parent hears the "n", they may say the child is a girl or boy, but at least they won't be correcting the speaker.
WRITERS AND SPEAKERS
We all walk in the dark and each of us must learn to turn on nis own light.
~ Earl Nightingale ~
If Benjamin Disraeli were to be politically correct today, he might say,
The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches, but to reveal to ner nis own.
Note on potential usage:
A preferred singular subject would not need to be changed to a plural subject when the new neutral third person singular personal pronoun is used.
A child is proud if he or she can tie his or her own shoes by himself or herself.
A parent should also be proud of him or her.
Using the new neutral third person singular personal pronoun:
A child is proud if ne can tie nis own shoes by nemself.
A parent should also be proud of ner.
Current: A person must mind his/her manners.
Using the proposed pronoun:
A person must mind nis manners.