Every soldier must know, before he goes into battle, how the little battle he is to fight fits into the larger picture, and how the success of his fighting will influence the battle as a whole.— Bernard Law Montgomery
Profound Whole Picture quotations
Success - See your goal; Understand the obstacles; Create a positive mental picture; Clear your mind of self doubt; Embrace the challenge; Stay on track; Show the world you can do it!
The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don't have to explain things with words.
We often can't see what God is doing in our lives, but God sees the whole picture and His plan for us clearly.
You have to go whole heartedly in anything in order to achieve anything worth having.
My pictures are about a search for a moment—a perfect moment.
To me the most powerful moment in the whole process is when everything comes together and there is that perfect, beautiful, still moment. And for that instant, my life makes sense.
Suffering does not call into question the "big picture" of the Christian faith.
It reminds us that we do not see the whole picture, and are thus unable to fit all of the pieces neatly into place.
People don't care how you feel. You need to paint pictures, you need to tell stories. That's what people want. They want to be entertained. Then all of the other stuff kind of filters across as part of the whole thing.
One small positive thought in the morning can change you whole day.
My whole family is lactose intolerant and when we take pictures we can't say cheese.
My whole life had been spent waiting for an epiphany, a manifestation of God's presence, the kind of transcendent, magical experience that lets you see your place in the big picture. And that is what I had with my first [compost] heap.
Pictures could not be accessories to the story -- evidence -- they had to contain the story within the frame; the best picture contained a whole war within one frame.
Don't limit yourself to the skies when there is a whole galaxy out there.
Inspiration,' the false artist says,'it just comes to me.
' And it shows.His pictures are as like as the four walls of his room -- morning, evening, midnight, noon. For myself, I have to search for it. The whole world is your palate, but only if you reach, take hold of what you need and pocket it.
I've been watching politics for 35 or 40 years and you just never know.
You can have one person win the Iowa caucus and then the whole picture changes ten minutes later. The same thing can happen again after New Hampshire. I have no idea what's going to happen with our country in the future.
Once I was walking from The Mercer in New York - because otherwise I don't walk anywhere - and this woman paparazzo who was following me fell over a fire hydrant and her whole tooth went through her lip. I leant over her, saying, 'Are you all right?' and she was still taking pictures.
Our whole life is solving puzzles.
It's no accident that my first novel was called Americana.
This was a private declaration of independence, a statement of my intention to use the whole picture, the whole culture.
The time has come to realise that an interpretation of the universe—even a positivist one—remains unsatisfying unless it covers the interior as well as the exterior of things; mind as well as matter. The true physics is that which will, one day, achieve the inclusion of man in his wholeness in a coherent picture of the world.
Do some selfless service for people who are in need.
Consider the whole picture, not just our little selves.
Do your work with your whole heart and you will succeed - there's so little competition.
The whole reason I make these pictures is for those moments of clarity.
For that single moment, everything seems to make sense in my world. And I think we all look for that in our lives, because our lives are generally filled with chaos and confusion and disorder and complication.
Justice is merely incidental to law and order.
Law and order is what covers the whole picture. Justice is part of it, but it can't be separated as a single thing.
The creative mind doesn't have to have the whole pattern-it can have just a little piece and be able to envision the whole picture in completion.
Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase.
I've looked at pictures that my mom has of me, from when I was four years old at the turntable. I'm there, reaching up to play the records. I feel like I was bred to do what I do. I've been into music, and listening to music and critiquing it, my whole life.
The whole arrangement of my picture is expressive.
The place occupied by the figures or objects, the empty spaces around them, the proportions, everything plays a part.
Recovering from the suicide of a loved one, you need all the help you can get, so I very much recommend a meditation program. The whole picture of how to recover from this has to do with body, mind, and spirit. That's applicable to any kind of depression.
Words can change how you feel about life, but actions can change your whole life
The pictures do not lie, but neither do they tell the whole story.
They are merely a record of time passing, the outward evidence.
I'm just thrilled for so many people.
Our players, mostly, but the people in our organization - Rick Welts, Joe Lacob and Peter Guber and the whole group. It's just a phenomenal group of people. I think as a coach you just appreciate kind of the big picture a little bit more.
If I have my daughter in the car and they are making me nervous, I'll do whatever I have to do. I keep a whole log. I take pictures of their cars, write down license plate numbers, everything. If they do it again, I can go to the police. I know my rights and, believe me, I will have them arrested. I will stop at nothing.
Your greatest self has been waiting whole life; don't make it wait any longer.
The whole idea is to enable you to see mentally the picture at all hours of the day.
I have a pretty clear picture of the whole weight of my life, and there are things that I've done that are good, and I'm proud of them. There are things that I'm really not proud of, and that they, you have to look at me with a perspective, and I try really hard to do that, to keep from thinking I'm cool and ever so smart.
Time, space, and natural law hold for me suggestions of intolerable bondage, and I can form no picture of emotional satisfaction which does not involve their defeat - especially the defeat of time, so that one may merge oneself with the whole historic stream and be wholly emancipated from the transient and the ephemeral.
Just one positive thought in the morning can change your whole day
There is something about this process, and about the whole 8 x 10 [camera] business, that takes it out of the arena of the snapshot, even though, of course, I'm always desperate for that feeling. I wanted those family pictures to look effortless. I wanted them to look like snapshots. And some of them did.
My idea of a good picture is one that's in focus and of a famous person.
People are only glamorous if you don't see them. Like the movies used to make people years ago. There is something about people on screen that makes them so special; when you see them in person, they are so different and the whole illusion is gone.
Quantum physics is one of the hardest things to understand intuitively, because essentially the whole point is that our classical picture is wrong.
The world doesn't make sense, so why should I paint pictures that do.
I was walking along a road one evening – on one side lay the city, and below me was the fjord. The sun went down – the clouds were stained red, as if with blood. I felt as though the whole of nature was screaming – it seemed as though I could hear a scream. I painted that picture, painting the clouds like real blood. The colours screamed.
I believe it is important to speak to your readers in person.
.. to enable people to have a whole picture of me; I have to both write and speak. I view my role as writer and also as oral communicator.
Too many times nowadays the picture is expected to tell the whole story, when in truth there's only one picture in a hundred thousand that can stand alone as a piece of communication.
It's a question of not so much pushing the boys out of the picture, but making the whole frame bigger so that both men and women access the labor market, contribute to the economy, generate growth, have jobs, and so on.
I attempted to see famines as broad "economic" problems (concentrating on how people can buy food, or otherwise get entitled to it), rather than in terms of the grossly undifferentiated picture of aggregate food supply for the economy as a whole.