By Katie Brace

BOSTON (CBS) – Our eyes are windows to our souls and in the lower levels of the Park Street T-station people poured their souls onto Post-It notes.

Jing Wu wrote, “We are all equal. And, the sun will rise in the morning.”

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Tanner Pratt wasn’t planning on writing a Post- It and then picked up a pen.

“I saw it and I thought of the various people it affects. I think it’s important that people come together,” said Tanner Pratt.

That’s exactly the message Venita Subramanian encouraged. “Everyone I know is depressed. What are we going to do? What is going to happen,” said Subramanian.

Sticky notes in Park Street Station (WBZ-TV)

Sticky notes in Park Street Station (WBZ-TV)

She organized the event inspired by an artist who did something similar in New York except here only positive messages are allowed. After a week of turmoil and angry protests, she wants the wall to in essence be a giant hug.

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“No matter what your political background is just come together as one,” said Subramanian.

On the cold tiles across from the T-line, a collage quickly grew of messages of hope, love and inspiration.

Sticky notes inside Park Street Station (WBZ-TV)

Sticky notes inside Park Street Station (WBZ-TV)

“Some people you have to give a marker to, ‘hey do you want to write a message.’ A lot of people just figure it out themselves. And, it feels so good. People are leaving flowers and messages,” said Erica Dragani

At the end of a divided week it was a way for everyone to come together as one.

“Everyone coming to me and saying ‘thank you for this. We needed this,’” said Venita.

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Venita and her friends have to take down the Post-It notes when the trains stop running for the night. She is taking pictures and will post them to social media.