Austin O'Malley

Austin
O'Malley
1858
1932

American Oculist

Author Quotes

Physical science reads through its sense of touch like a blind man, and the supply of books in braille type on the spiritual life is very small.

The statesman shears the sheep, the politician skins them.

Education should be a conscious, methodical application of the best means in the wisdom of the ages to the end that youth may know how to live completely.

Every April God rewrites the Book of Genesis.

Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye.

Memory is a crazy woman that hoards colored rags and throws away food.

After thirty-five a man begins to have thoughts about women; before that age he has feelings.

All things come to him that waits - even justice.

Busy souls have no time to be busybodies.

If you would know a man, first learn to love him.

It is twice as hard to crush a half-truth as a whole lie.

Author Picture
First Name
Austin
Last Name
O'Malley
Birth Date
1858
Death Date
1932
Bio

American Oculist