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10 Inspirational Quotes from Functional Rustic 9.13.18

10 Inspirational Quotes from Functional Rustic

10 Inspirational Quotes from Functional Rustic. Follow Functional Rustic and see all that Functional Rustic has to offer. Handcrafted Décor, Quotations, Tutorials and so much more.

  1. You’re mad. Bonkers. Off you head…but I’ll tell you a secret….all of the best people are.
You're mad. Bonkers. Off your head....but I'll tell you secret...all of the best people are..jpg
You’re mad. Bonkers. Off you head…but I’ll tell you a secret….all of the best people are.

2. You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy.

You will find that it is necesssary to let things go simply for the reason that they are heavy..jpg
You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy.

3. Your smile is your logo, your personality is your business card, how you leave others feeling after having an experience with you becomes your trademark.

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Your smile is your logo, your personality is your business card, how you leave others feeling after having an experience with you becomes your trademark.

4. You should give a fuck. You really should. But only about things that set your soul on fire. Save your fucks for magical shit.

You should give a fuck. You really should. But only about things that set your soul on fire. Save your fucks for magical shit..jpg
You should give a fuck. You really should. But only about things that set your soul on fire. Save your fucks for magical shit.

5. You must find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.

You must find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible
You must find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.

6. You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.

You have to keep breaking your heart before it opens.
You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.

7. You don’t have to move mountains. Simply fall in love with life. Be a tornado of happiness, gratitude and acceptance. You will change the world just by being a warm, kind hearted human being. you-dont-have-to-move-mountains-simply-fall-in-love-with-life.jpg

8. You attract what you are ready for.

You attract what you are ready for.
You attract what you are ready for.

9. You are magic, own that shit.

You are magic, own that shit.
You are magic, own that shit.

10. You are going to want to give up. Don’t.

You are going to want to give up. Don't.
You are going to want to give up. Don’t.

Written by Sarah Palmer – Owner, Functional Rustic

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9 thoughts on “10 Inspirational Quotes from Functional Rustic 9.13.18

  1. So many really powerful quotes today!!!

  2. I credit my brother Andrew for that. Today marks 13 years since his suicide and I have no doubt that heavily influenced what I decided to share. Makes me happy that they impacted you as well. <3

  3. Thinking of you today Sarah – I remembered you said the 13th of September was the sad anniversary of his passing. {{{ }}} hugs to you.

  4. I’m sorry for your loss Sarah!
    I can’t imagine how a loss like that must have changed your life. 💐🤗

  5. Aww, Thank You Linda. I like to pretend that when people share #neverforget for 9/11 that they are also doing it for Andrew. He was in the Air Force at the time, so 9/11 obviously had a big impact on his life.

  6. Thank you Jenifer. I immediately entered therapy when he died and it made all the difference for me. I have no doubt that much of my empathy stems from experiencing such profound pain, especially when I was only 22.

    He was in the Michigan State Marching Band and yesterday I came across a 9/11 tribute MSU did with Notre Dame. They played Amazing Grace – my song pick for his funeral. It makes me smile when things like that happen – being able to pair a blissful memory with a painful one so as to even them out in some way.

  7. Going forward I will remember Andrew when I remember 9/11 … I feel for all the military personnel and first responders who lived through 9/11 … they may not have perished, but the day will haunt/haunted them the rest of their lives, not to mention the physical ailments many years later.

  8. That’s a nice way to look at it Sarah!!! I lost my mom when I was 21. Did your loss completely rock your world?
    It has taken me years and years to make peace with all of it. I’m sorry you lost your brother Sarah. I’m sure he was a special soul!!!! Keep looking for the blissful memories!!

  9. It absolutely devastated me. Felt as if my soul was violent torn from my body. I attended several funerals as a child – most as a result of suicide. It was not until the loss of Andrew that I understood the physical aspect of grief – the body aches. And the violent nature of suicide adds new layers to the grieving process. Recent deaths in my life have also been unexpected. This guy Pat acted as an older brother for my younger sisters (they’re twins!). Though I was not as close to him, I viewed Pat as a brother as well. Well, in a freak accident last year he tripped in his parent’s garage, fell and died. He was my age – and my back-up brother. But the losses teach me to appreciate those I still I still have, and for that I am grateful.

    How did losing your mom just as you were entering adulthood impact you?

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