(CNN)Sometimes people just need a hug, or a nice word, or anything to shake off the ugliness of the long, hard election season.
People are leaving love notes to America on the New York subway
Fortunately, even when the country feels so divided, kindness always finds a way to unite.
Some people are describing them as "Subway Therapy" and "love notes to America."
(Even when they didn't agree, and those are the most important hugs.)
Even in the UK, this guy reached out to those exhausted by the whole thing.
"I am truly shocked by the hatred being posted online and the vitriolic comments on social media this morning. America, we are better than this," wrote Aaron Montz, the mayor of Tiffin, Ohio. "Regardless of your opinion on the outcome of this election, we must drop the hate and anger and instead turn it into positive change and political action."
"Love is love," chanted this little girl at a rally in Austin, Texas. Read more about her here.
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