George Washington Addair, Jr. Quote Of The Week From Greg Bover

“Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.”

George Washington Addair, Jr. (1931-2012)

Although he founded the widely admired Omega Vector Foundation in 1978 there is little biographical information available about Addair, ostensibly because he did not want the work of the Phoenix, Arizona-based foundation to be about him, but rather about finding ways to help people discover their potential. Since his passing graduate volunteers continue to lead weekend workshops using the Socratic method to encourage freedom from fear through self-examination. Unlike most similar self-improvement programs the workshops are still being presented free of charge.

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2 Responses to George Washington Addair, Jr. Quote Of The Week From Greg Bover

  1. Great quote Greg. People today are so fearful which is just nutty since we live in the least fearful time for humans on this planet. Or at lest we have less to fear than at any time in human history but we seem to be peaking in our fears of every little thing that goes bump in the night.

  2. Patti Amaral says:

    Great quote, I’ll have to be less afraid to clean our city up, starting now.

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