New Yorkers are posting love notes to the U.S. on subway walls, and it is an amazing reminder of the good in this country

In wake of the election, a New York City subway station is now covered in little love notes.

A man who goes by Levee started the wall of Post-Its to offer commuters the chance to express themselves. Levee is the artist behind “Subway Therapy,” where he sits and talks with passerby in a makeshift therapist’s office on subway platforms.

“Subway Therapy is about making people smile, laugh, and feel less stress. If someone wants to get something off their chest or has a burning question, I’m happy to be there for them,” writes Levee on the website.

“Today is kind of a special edition because of the frustrations and stress it seems like people will have. So I brought the Post-Its and I thought it’d be interesting to see everyone’s thoughts up on the wall. It’s been really beautiful,” he told ABC7.

Levee is not a licensed therapist, but you don’t have to be to spread messages of hope.