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"... I make a distinction between addiction and habit. As far as I know, it isn’t clinical, etc, – It is simply how I slice it in my own mind. The moment I was past physical addiction, I was no longer an addict. At that point, it became a matter of habit, and a habit can be replaced with a passion – And every one of us should have a passion. And why limit ourselves to one? Especially when kicking a bad habit makes room for another one. Our passions are what we identify ourselves with. They are a source of pride, purpose and happiness. And they make kicking bad habits a lot easier" - Phoenix 1980hd

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