A man on the beach where thousands of starfish lay dying in the sun saw a girl tossing them into the sea, one by one.
“Why bother?” he asked. “You won’t make much of a difference.”
Tossing yet another starfish into the sea, the girl said, “I made a difference to that one.”
When I began doing legal research, I felt lost and everything seemed very confusing. But I was determined to because my own daughter was railroaded in court with lies and I wanted to help her. I had no idea it was going to launch a new career as a social justice activist and legal advocate. But it did and it’s been a labor of love.
When you know your rights, you can protect yourself and your loved ones against corrupt court officials. That’s the best protection from rampant corruption in the justice system.
Today, I am the founder of Mission Possible University, an online school for laypeople to learn how to make the law work in their favor.
When you become educated in law no one can ever take away your knowledge or prey on your lack of knowledge. You are no longer an easy target for corrupt officials who prey on people who don’t know their rights. You become the starfish savior and the saved starfish at the same time.