Our past selves exist only in our minds and our refusal to change is clinging on to ghosts of the
One dilemma that will soon arise is that there will be more nonsmoking hours than waking hours in one day, that we might need to stay awake for 16 hours or 20 hours or even 48 hours anticipating that first cigarette.
As we continue to increase the time limit, we eventually reach an amount of time that is equivalent to or greater than the amount of time we are awake on a given day.
The human mind can be compared to a simple computing machine, a simple computing machine that is a highly complex and paradoxical organic computing machine.
Words have magical powers over our imagination. Words give us the power to communicate our experience to other human beings.
The cigarette smoking is a perfect measuring stick of our will to wake up or remain asleep. The more we