Half The Story Quotes by James Lafferty, John Yau, Neale Donald Walsch, Deva Premal, Robert Breault, Hubert Laws and many others.
The picture alone, without the written word, leaves half the story untold.
Only half the story is true. The rest is necessary.
It has been said that if you don’t see God in the profane and the profound, you’re missing half the story. That is a great Truth.
Without the silence that follows the chants, you get only half the story. It’s like the climax of a good story. The silence is there because it exists in the music. It just needs to be exposed and acknowledged.
It’s annoying to be disapproved of by people who know only half the story, especially when you’re not sure which half they know.
When you listen to someone improvise, the notes that are played are only half the story.
Everyone goes down the aisle with half the story hidden.
To say that historical conditions made personal life possible, and with it the self-consciousness that allowed psychoanalysis to emerge, is to tell half the story: one also has to consider that the erotic impulse, ever pressing for satisfaction, had something to do with making the history that encouraged its expression.