This special infographic was sent from Sarah Wenger and I would like to share to you, my readers.
If you are a smoker, you know that Ramadhan is exciting our every cell right now and i think it’s time for us to take the best out of it — by quit smoking. Yes, I know it’s hard.
It’s so hard.
It changes everything.
When I mean everything, it means everything.
It changes the way you smell, the way you talk, the way you speak, the way you drive your behavior, the way you breathe the air.
It changes your fundamental values, your principles, and your philosophy.
It changes your money wise, your expenses, and your contribution to the economy.
It changes your community interaction, since you don’t want to get along with smokers that always have upper hands to fail your mission to quit.
You feel frustrated because, the only social skill you are good at, is when you ‘re getting smoke outside building and interact with the people around you.
It may takes a while to gain a new social skill.
You will some of lose your old smoking friends’ closeness as you gain new social friends that you may not even like their jokes, their too-good behaviors, their goals in life, their principles, and the way they’re thinking.
It changes the way you see people, the way you see the world.
You feel frustrated and resigned.
The only way to get away with all of this — is by getting a cigarette.
When you reached at this point, you know you are failed.
Back to square one. But don’t give up. It may take 100 times of trials before you permanently stop smoking.
Change is a revolution. I know this is insignificant to some other people. But to us, it’s a revolution.
This revolution needs a million of changes,
…needs a thousand times failure,
…and one success.
Alright, enough talking. Enjoy the infographic.
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