Runyon Canyon


A prayer box sits on the top of a mountain on Fuller.

It takes a good amount of will power to run to the top.

You can buy bottled water for a dollar at the bottom or muster enough strength to run up without.

It’s difficult to get up there if you don’t want to.

It’s tough to sit down and write some shit on a piece of paper and put it in.

But people do….

 

and it works.

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