If I were to ask seasoned, middle-aged individuals about their thoughts on war and love, my guess is that a handful would give me a response sprinkled with political opinions and even more would spew out jaded responses based on “the one that got away.”
But what about asking innocent children to dig into their brain and tell us what they feel about these deep issues? Their answers would be drastically different right?
Ryugin, an Okinawa-based bank, decided to go ahead and find out what sort of ideas were bouncing around in a child’s head. In a commercial titled “Children and Philosophy,” bright-eyed Japanese children give their adorable perspective on things.
The commercial, which is an advertisement for education loans that can benefit a child’s future, will have you smiling over their innocence.