“A mother understands what a child does not say,” according to a Jewish Proverb. There is a special connection with a child a mother has, and she knows ahead of time what her child needs. There is a partnership that goes on here, too. It is not just for the parents to connect. Children need to honor their parents as well. The Lord told Moses: "Speak to all the community of the Children of Israel, and say to them–‘You shall be holy, for I, the Lord your God, am holy. A man shall revere his mother and his father and observe my Sabbaths; I am Adonai your God.’” Also, God was not done with what He wanted children to do: “Honor your father and your mother so that your days will be lengthened on the land Adonai your God gave to you.” This takes time to build, and it is fine if there were mistakes made, we’re a work in progress, both kids and parents. In the end a mother already understands what her child needs a head of time. However, as they grow older, the little one needs to learn to honor her parents.