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I watched a movie trailer recently and they said something like " Just because there is no war, does not mean we should stop training for battle!"
I think this should apply to life where we try to learn and understand our enemy so that when we are thrown back it won't be such a massive blow like the first time it happens. Nicotine addiction is sneaky and we ought to know better and be as wise as serpents and not take things lightly when we are starting to feel better..
I don't think we have the luxury of thinking we can ever smoke again. I used to feel sad about that but now I am starting to feel happy about it. Whats wrong with never smoking again? Can we think this way? I think its possible to create a desire in us to never want to go back to the horror of hurting ourselves if we can see that taking the first puff is actually not puffing the first cigarette but hundreds of thousands of other cigarettes attached to it in a chain
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