We Are All Vampires

LACK OF VAMPIRIC PROFUNDITY is the eleventh chapter in the book, We Are All Vampires.

We Are All Vampires by Rute Serafim & Karl Swainston

We are all vampires, but some of us are more vampires than others. We’re not talking about the blood-curdle-drinking vampires of the past.; no, the modern vampire is more sophisticated and is everywhere in society, seeking only the energy of another person. This contemporary and contemptuous creature will be a husband, a wife, a partner, or a boss in the workplace, daily draining their victims of life.

CHAPTER 11 - LACK OF VAMPIRIC PROFUNDITY by Rute Serafim & Karl Swainston

Lack of Vampiric Profundity

Lack of Vampiric Profundity

One tell-tale sign that you have a vampire on your hands is the vampire cannot delve into the profundity of life.

To ponder the profundity of life, you need to possess a panoramic view of life. The vampire cannot empathise, sympathise, or even feel how another is feeling, so they avoid any more profound conversation concerning life.

There must be a consideration of all the points of life: the advantages and disadvantages of living, being happy and being sad, for us to understand the depth of life.

The vampire would have to move out of its comfort zone and think and feel how others do to entertain the deeper aspects of life.

The vampire possesses only a single-minded focus on their own ambitions, aims, and desires. They can only follow their own train of thought.

People often wonder how such people have climbed high on the social ladder of achievement and yet appear frivolous and lacking in depth. This is this particular kind of vampire creature. They are successful but lack the depth of character which marks a person out to be genuinely remarkable.

The CEO recognised this inability to determine this at the interview stage of the four vampires.

As hitherto stated, to be profound, you must possess sympathy and empathy and see how others see events and the world. The vampire is incapable of doing this. They cannot hide this fact.

At the interview stage, this should have been pressed hard through scenarios to test the candidate. The vampire will fail the test miserably on the grounds of lacking sympathy and empathy.