So I've been a smoker for about 10 years now and although I may have use to think that I couldn't quit, I know now that I don't really want to. It's strange to me because I want to quit (because of benefits like not having it control my routines), but at the same time I don't because I enjoy it. I feel like I need a much better reason than just the simple "fear factor" approach to actually want to quit. I'm not bothered by the fact that I'm slowly killing myself because I have existential depression. I can't really see any kind of real point to life. We're all going to die anyways so what does it matter if I die sooner? Maybe if I could somehow concentrate more on my quality of life instead of the quantity, I could see a good enough reason to want to quit? The only real way I can see, is to understand how it would impede my ability to live out some kind of purpose in life as a smoker (needing to be alive as apposed to just wanting to be.) Any thoughts, ideas, or opinions any of you have would be helpful. Thanks!