A nonsmoker is someone who sees no real use for cigarettes in their life. The decision to quit smoking is a personal one and in the end you have to want to do it for yourself.
It’s important, though, to remember that your smoking also affects those around you. A desire to protect loved ones from harmful smoke can be a good motivator to quit. Many smokers are forced to consider quitting because of surgery. Your surgeon is obliged to talk to you about the risks if you continue to smoke.
There are lots of benefits to be gained by quitting for a healthier life including lowered risk of heart disease, saving money, surgery complications - faster healing rates and faster recovery.