I am a curious person and I like to challenge myself by asking questions and reason over unexplored entities.
Some people claim to be vampires but I doubt that such a 'supernatural' creature could exist as we know it from the books and movies. I do consider the possibility of an illness or abnormality of some sorts, which sounds much more plausible to me.
People debated these threads and some of the posts are very interesting indeed as well as the diversity of each opinion.
I sincerely want to, beyond anything else, find the truth, (which is quite difficult to even define). I find a great interest in watching people, the way they behave and what motivates them. Why are people unsatisfied with themselves? What is the real purpose of human life in this world? Are we the most brilliant creatures on this planet? Is humanity only a 'pinprick' and the world could go on happily without us?
I do think that people of this age are mostly concerned about things which don’t really matter, they are not asking questions anymore, they go with the flow, they claim anything and deny everything. It is getting difficult to find decent and genuine person. Therefore it is worthy to explore and debate the 'unknown' with people with the same interest.
What makes humans different from other species is mind and intellect. The realization of our own being and controlling it. To lose control is to fail, the awareness of our own guilt and remorse over a deed we have carried out indicates that our intellect rise above our animal self and therefore we rise above all the species. It is not too bad being human as long as we are keen to learn and ready to discover and understand ourselves.
I wonder, what is 'out there' as well, is it possible that one existence could expand beyond a normal life expectancy? Can you imagine such a powerful mind with unimaginable experiences? This is what fascinates me the most of all, the capacity of such a mind.
People on this forum are intelligent and have managed to contribute with some interesting thoughts. As many people on this forum I find Adamaris’s posts the most thought -provoking. A very genuine mind. I comply with her/his point of view on the complexity of the world and so very often 'unnecessary dramas of humanity'. I also would like to thank her/him for reminding us all that we have to find the strength in our weakness and not to dwell on our fears and uncertainty.
We have got so much to learn, so very often we repeat the same mistakes over and over.
Back to the 'vampire' topic, it seems that every possible question has been answered by 'vampire Xavier'. What I would like to ask Xavier is, what does he care about the most in his life, what are his goals and motivations, because everybody needs some inspiration in life. And the other thing, are there any differences between 'vampire' and human emotions, because some people/humans are too sensitive and emotive, so it causes many misconceptions and distress in the world. I am not saying I believe in what he says he is, I just want to ask, out of curiosity. That is all from me and thank you for your trouble.
Sent in by "ne85it", Copyright 2010