You must be willing to change and evolve in order to become a better person. Clinging on to bad habits that is disrupting the motivation to be a better person is disruptive. Clinging to bad habits is not only disruptive to yourself, but to others around you too. Others around you are willing to put up with your refusal to abandon bad habits only so long before such individuals start to feel isolated. And in that regard, losing bad habits in favor of behavior that is much more beneficial to the world around us is much better. No drugs, no alcohol, racial equality and gender equality are all steps in the right direction. Ending bad habits in a quest to become a better person is scary, but you will feel better in the end. And others around you will start having respect for your presence once again.
And as I'm lost in thought while I look out of the window to admire a wonderful Spring day, here are some photos of Kirsten Dunst.