Alright, come on in and take a seat right here for me. Yeah, perfect. And you can just look at me. Ok. Ok? Love Lesson, scene 3, take 1. First, just tell me your name and how old are you? My name is Ben, and I am eight years old. I’m Trey, and I am 6 and 3/4. My name is Tristan Byon, and I’m five years old. Today, we wanted to ask you about love. Love? Uh-huh. Love. Owww. Love is complicated. So this Valentine’s Day, we asked some children for their thoughts on love. Have you ever been in love before? No way. It’s gross. It’s gross? Kissing is gross. Bleh… I don’t want to taste the thing in their mouth. I really don’t like to kiss. Have you ever been in love in a romantic sense? Mmmm… Yeah. (nods) (nods) He was my first kiss. I kept thinking about her, and I was saying YOLO (you only live once). And I just said, “Hey, can I have your number or email address?” But she’s not really in love with me so you know. How do you know if you’re in love or not? Loving someone is a lot of eye contact. You get the chills or something. Like I can feel my heart pounding. Like a bomb. Boop, boop, boop. Makes me warm and cozy like a pillow. It feels sorta like you’ll almost like never be lonely. Oh wow. That’s really good. So Valentine’s Day is coming up, right? How do you think we should show people that we love them? Let me think about it real quick. A lot of people buy flowers and chocolate. Do you think that’s a good idea? (nods) Hmmm… Ummm… Yeah. It’s good but everyone else does it. It would be better if you think of something different and original. You should actually say something that you like about her. I think when you’re in love with somebody, then you should share with them and be kind. You should treat them like in a special way like if my mom… if she wants to read a book in bed, then my dad… he’ll go to bed but if my mom wants to watch TV, my dad will watch TV. Do you think that’s… is that love? Uh-huh. How come? It’s like… my dad sort of appreciates her so… whatever my mom wants to do, he’ll do. When they dance together at some places. My dad… he’s always the one doing all the work for her. And he’s like, “Yeah, of course, anything for you.” I think little things show love a lot. Like you don’t have to have lots of money and you can just be who you are. It’s pretty simple. What do you think true love is about? True love is a mixture of friendship, appreciation, and like happiness. That’s it, huh? (agrees) Maybe love isn’t so complicated after all. This Valentine’s Day, let’s spend less on flowers and chocolate and more on loving those we care about. Love is good. We need more love in the world! Thank you so much for watching Love Lesson! We hope you enjoyed it. Please subscribe to Jubilee Project for more films for a good cause, and check out another one of our films right here. Happy Valentine’s Day, and we’ll see you next time!