I Believe Smoking Was Our Transition To Adulthood Whether We Wanted It To Be Or Not!

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Dec 5, 2012

"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing."~ George Bernard Shaw

When we start smoking, we take on our first adult responsibilty. we now have an addiction / habit that isn't going to go away and we have to assume the responsibility for maintaining it. In thinking this way we have become adults and we give up some of or childish ways.  Have you ever stopped to think of what value to your psyche some of those childish ways were?

I contend, if you start looking at life with a playful eye and maybe loling a bit more, your quit can become easier and your lives more full.

Playfulness means being able to explore and to do things, for the sheer delight of doing them. It means relaxing, being spontaneous, and allowing a situation to carry you where it will. When we have a playful attitude, learning and discovery are fun, and even hard work can fly by.

Sometimes we have to remind ourselves that playfulness actually accomplishes things! When children play, they become smarter because new neuron connections are formed in their brains. Play has been described as the work of childhood, the place where the greatest learning occurs. Great scientists and spiritual leaders often are similarly playful.

Playfulness reduces stress, and brightens the atmosphere. It engages people to do things that make them more connected with other people. It makes people happy.