I write you after having read a question about smoking in the dining room and dormitories.
You've been quite clear about the fact that this does not bother you, that you didn't smoke any longer, but that led me to think about the consequences of smoking on other people. Besides smell or smoke, it is scientifically demonstrated that smoking is dangerous for anyone who inhales smoke, not only for those who enjoy smoking. Thus, the point is not not to mind other people smoking (from a non-smoker's perspective), but not to harm others (from a smoker's perspective). Are not love and respect for beings one of the basics? Should we not strive to avoid others the suffering such a disease as cancer can bring?
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