Fun Legal Terms For Children

Fun Legal Terms For Children

Created on: Feb-18-2017   Last updated: Feb-18-2017


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We all love to learn especially our children. This book is designed to help our young minds expand to a point of critical analysis.To accomplish this it is necessary that they understand etymology. It is also important that they understand the same word can have different meanings based on the reference used. For example, the word driver in a regular dictionary has one meaning. However, the same word in the law dictionary takes on a totally different denotation. This denoted meaning ties into law and understanding it can help our children begin to understand civil matters vs. criminal matters. It is our duty to train up our young.Remember,prophet Nobel Drew Ali said,"The object of our Organization is to help in the great program of uplifting fallen humanity and teach those things necessary to make our members better citizens".


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“Man Know Thyself” is an ancient maxim known the world over. Ahh life I love it and what I love more is researching my history. I realize that the intelligent man overstands learning is forever. Throughout modern history my people are called so many things and I thought it was time for you to learn what we call ourselves. Who better than I to tell you who I am. From the times of antiquity to today we remain the same. We are of the many international families belonging to one nation. No matter where our foot lands around the globe, we carry with us the genetics that allow you to clearly see who we are. We look the same, we speak many languages, we build the same structures across the planet. We civilized the world. We were then and we are today Moors.