This question is answered first in Svossbe, also known as Choxke and translated from the language as procrastination, and then the answer translated. I couldn’t transcribe because Tumblr is not extensive enough to pull it off- but if you like puzzles you can at least see the fun of the concept.
“Could Life fit within a space? It could fit in a rock.”
“Fipliv Braven Sison thoam brofkian? Faset fipliv Sison thoam drees blat.”
Sis Gurediet Raument vou di enga bre brihe dag gured dicald tutchgurebisk chou pludfibagbisk ‘sif’- samb braven dio rdahn didag vou ka sidieah tutch granieldoet chou thoam ka ‘Svia Pludtutch’ sis kahl brin Vrostock briam ka Braven tyan Plude Brofkian.
Dracnog Brama, Raument brisamb Veron ddi sis fipliv Brama rasneul Braven, rdahn didag samblana sis dio thosamb tyan ka dreesian graisa chou chou tyan hiet ka sooghala svon graigv drees blat.
Samb bahn plodotchbysk broao brama rasnawl brysamb bryam ka braven- sfonyat, raomentyat, angayat, graysayat fipliv sooghal; ‘sif’ choao fysk bysktutchia broafrostok sis brofke chobodwah ka thosamb brin toao broos dydag ‘bah’ choao ‘rdafrostok’. Choao fysk choao brfag bysk bryn bahn frostokya sys brynrult rdahnga plodfibag, sys dag byskiet samblana kagoAp choao rdahngaAp. Sif Bravansyson svon frostok brandob fas fybag Plodyndos brama Braven bryam draknolyatoo- choao sydyah rdahn- taltoh rdag trafools.
Sif lham raoment brysamb sfonfrostok ka toan chobodwah ka Svia Pludtutch bryhagrays, choao fysk banaldoat sfon fryayt samblana angayat lham choao totchgorabyskya.
This statement above [was] written two hundred years ago by the great statesman and politician ‘sif’- whose life was not only [a] time of discomfort/ rigorous-national-preservation/ genocide but [also] of ‘The Price Movement’ which saught to understand and describe [the] parameters of Life in Abstract Noun form.
Approximately speaking, [the] statement above describes [the] least which can, could or should be spoken concerning Life, not just because it is at [the] centre of rock necessarily but also centre place of existence being sealed in rock earth (solid matter).
While earlier components of the Price Movement were concerned with the outer parameters of Life- how large, long, outside of what, could it exist; ‘sif’ and his companions realized that any question in that strain could only be answered either ‘Yes’ or ‘I don’t know’. Instead these young and foolish men pursued the more varied answers that came with negative thinking, which for most of them led to unfortunate and unnecessary deaths. Even so, ‘sif’ and one or two others’ survival allowed them to piece together a philosophy that Life’s parameters were much closer- though not exact- to a circle than to a ring.
‘Sif”s famous quote above answered every question of the Price Movement at the time, and his daring to be certain led to his ongoing fame and respect.
Did you get all of that? I wrote directly into Svossbe (pronounced Chov-skeh) which was perhaps awkward of me- no ‘the’ in the language. The question is not quite what the reply is answering, but a better way to thoroughly translate the title in simple English is if you held your hand as though holding an invisible rock: said ‘Can life fit within this space that we can see?’ As in can Life fit into for example a cell… and Sif would answer with some neutron-star-solid block of matter and said Life could fit into that (pointing at your hand space) in that (pointing at the solid). Confusing as a true philosopher.
I also like the idea of a nation of people who put enough importance on Abstract to die from thinking about it.