In this day and age, it's easy to feel down. No matter where you look you can find bad news without even wanting to, and it seems like it's been a long time since anyone honestly looked forward to the prospect of a better tomorrow. So it's good to find messages like the one on the side of the Wing Sang Building in Vancouver's Chinatown, a simple art installation with the message that "everything is going to be alright." It's visible from the SkyTrain between Stadium-Chinatown and Main Street-Science World, and there have been times after work where it's made me feel a bit better on seeing it. It's a message I wish could be reinforced more often in the media - when it comes down to it, a great many panics are sustained by the news telling people that they should be panicking, and people being too stupid too think about whether that's really the case.
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