Congratulations!

Today I am incredibly proud of a brave friend, Nancy, who quit smoking tobacco 1000 days ago! That’s an impressive milestone, especially since tobacco is considered a more clinically complex addiction than any other! Nancy has defeated her “5-Headed Dragon!” Remembering her brave fight and celebrating her victory reminds me that one person’s achievement can send ripples into the pond of this universe and help others to change their lives, too!

Nancy’s winning doesn’t preclude others winning at all! In fact I believe that it increases the likelihood that others will win. Winning a game of tic-tac-toe means that someone has lost. Baseball, Bingo, Basketball, and nearly every other “game” require others to lose in order for a victor to be crowned. This “game” is a different game indeed. In pursuits such as this, there are no losers (except those who choose not to play.)

tic-tac-toe play to win

May others on a challenging journey toward positive change, be encouraged by Nancy’s achievement. Let’s cultivate a healthy sort of yearning (not to be confused with jealousy or envy) for our own success!

Whatever positive change you are trying to make in your life, please play the game. And play the game with others, so we can all win!

Congratulations, Nancy!

#1000Days!

#PlayToWin

#QuittersWin

 

2 thoughts on “Congratulations!”

  1. Yeah for you Nancy😜👍
    It’s been a while since IV been on the blog, But My son and I are going into our ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN
    DECEMBER 👍
    I’m very proud of him, and I.ESPECIALLY thru so much turmoil in our lives still🙁 . But we are strong,and brave, and we WILL succeed… To all of you still on your quit journey….. DO NOT GIVE UP

  2. I am just starting off I just had a triple Bypass was a smoker so only been a couple weeks now since I didn’t have a cigarette I struggle and I hope for suggestions for those who already went through it or the ones who are going through it what are they doing thank you for listening Eugene LEL bypass what’s the smoker only been a couple weeks now since I didn’t have a cigarette I struggle and I hope for suggestions for those who already went through it or the ones who are going through it what are they doing thank you for listening Eugene

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