Let’s simply say, your child was born “whole”; complete and not ill or injured. When I hear the phrase, “be made whole,” I visualize a connection existed between a person’s brain and their behavior. Let’s apply this to your child. Whatever you teach your child thinks about “self,” consequently can be seen in their behavior. Simply put, whatever they think about, they to do. We believe a whole-mind can turn thoughts into things. This is a sign of wholeness; putting into practice a belief system. This is exactly how many successful people tell us they became successful persons. They imagined themselves to be whole and successful, and then transferred that belief into their daily behaviors. Since children learn very early to mimic their parents smile, it stands to reason that young child will mimic their parents smile under similar conditions. Give them art of excellence to mimic.