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A farewell letter to cigarettes I wrote just after I quit.

I used to think about you every morning and every night. I could not wait to hold you and taste you. I used to love you and chase you, but no longer will I face you. These feelings I was feeling could not be right. No longer will I chase you, embrace you. It makes me sick to think of all the money I waisted and I’m writing this letter in case that I have a bad day to remind myself of the feelings I have towards you now. You are poison you stink you have never contributed anything positive in my life. You’ve gotten in between me and my wife. You’ve taken my last dollars and made me short on bills. I was stupid and thought you were stress relief not even remembering. Smoking Kills. By james a letter to cigarettes


My name is James Carter, and you are visiting breaking bad habits. I believe everyone has habits, good and bad. When I was 34 years old, I woke up and looked in the mirror. I was shocked, I had been drinking every night for so long, that I was fat. I weighed 355 pounds, and ran out of breathe and almost passed out to try and tie my shoes. This was the day I started to wake up. I had a long journey ahead of me, but with prayer, meditation, fasting and exercise I was on my way. It’s been 6 years since then I’ve quit most of my bad habits, and I’m down to below 200 pounds. I have to be honest, that day in 2014 I never dreamed I would have gotten this far. If someone like me can quit, so can you.

6 thoughts on “A farewell letter to cigarettes I wrote just after I quit.

  1. I’ve done analytical testing on the stuff at work before. The amount of poison going into one’s body from that stuff is amazing.

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