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An ongoing project (started by artist Levee) at an underpass connecting the 1 train to the L at 14th street and 6th Avenue in New York city.

Subway Therapy, where people are invited to add their own messages of positivity and hope, actually predates the Trump election/ alt-rightpocalypse but has become especially relevant since.


10 thoughts on “Love Hate

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    I’m sorry lovely people but scribbling a message on a post-it will not make the slightest difference to global calamaties.. Like the wish tree I contributed to with a wish for World Peace – on a poignant date of Sep 10, 2001. USELESS!!

  2. ahjayzis

    “Because my anxiety disorder does not define who I am”

    Then why make it literally your only contribution to this wall?

    1. Neilo

      ‘Anxiety disorder’ – the sort of stinkin’ thinkin’ that will lead to emotional support dogs on Aer Lingus flights if we let it take hold!

  3. francis almond

    I read this in the absurdly biased Guardian this morning. Hillary Clinton addressing the “predominantly female audience at the Children’s Defense Fund gala –
    “The words of Dr King, often repeated by President Obama: ‘The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice.’ I know sometimes it can feel awfully long – believe me, I know. But I also know it does bend.”

    This is the type of utter tripe that makes Americans (Dr. King included) look like fools. The collective weight of all those bleeding heart post-its on a subway wall may start to bend that arc but it’s much more likely they won’t.

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