Residents of Tel-Aviv posted their hopes and wishes for a better world on Israel’s version of Amber Rae’s public art project, “The World We Want.”

According to israel21c, a group of Israeli social activists helped bring about Tel Aviv’s version of New York artist Amber Rae’s art project.

People were given an opportunity to spill their hearts and share what they thought could be done to improve the world.

Inscriptions included simple messages like, “Stop honking your horns” to more profound words of wisdom like, “Religion isn’t responsible for conflict.”

Check out this video to see how art encourages everyday people to voice their opinions.