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It is never pleasant to wait in the cold for however long it takes for the train to arrive at the public transit stations otherwise known in Boston as the T during the winter Nor is the thought of waiting during an intolerable heat wave in July to catch the subway across to the different communities of Boston Honestly there is never a time where I would call it enjoyable to sit inside of the MBTA That was until I began to notice some of the art around me I would have to say that the first time I realized that a community joined together with the city and the MBTA itself to create a more enjoyable setting to be whether you were on your way home from work or just trying to get to another part of town for whatever reason was along the orange line I did not however realize that what I was looking at had deeper meaning contained within until I really sat and thought about what artists was trying to convey in their art I did not take the time as I was rushing past before on my way to what I thought was more important than trying to see all of the various sculptures paintings and mosaics as more than just a nice object The real meaning behind the art is conveyed at each station representing the community beyond and the importance of the MBTA itself As I looked at each I began to see the importance of bridging the ethnicity and diversity across Boston as a whole and not keeping it segregated with in each neighborhood As people travel from station to station they see the community around them that is no more then a few stops away Artists of the communities they represent created most of the works of art with in the stations therefore including the neighborhood in the creation of the places they inhabit This
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