Love is an emotion experienced by humans that has a target. If the target is a human, that human receives an emotional boost from that love, most times. It’s a valuable part of the human experience, we say.
Humans are basically love-generators. We go around loving and hating, but maybe mostly loving, and we aim that love at people but we also aim it at objects. Our cars. Our homes. These things are inanimate and receive no benefit from this love like a human does.
And yet there are humans in the world who receive no love directly, and are poorer for it. Love is unevenly distributed, and could be seen as a valuable commodity.
What if we could redirect the “wasted” love to targets that need it most? Love your car all you want… this little box will send those feelings to a small orphan in Cambodia. Or this widower in a retirement home in Boca Raton.
There’s plenty of love to go around. It’s just poorly distributed. How do we solve the love distribution problem?
There’s probably a really sappy story in there somewhere.