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: "in a hundred years we'll all be dead, but here and now we are alive!"
What? When did he say that?
: In the forgotten temple in the desert. I'm too lazy to dig my copy out, but I've read it three times and the way I remember it, Om tries to demoralise him into killing Vorbis by telling him that nothing he does matters, because in a hundred years they'll all
be dead. Brutha counters with "But here and now, we are alive!" It becomes something like Arc Words
. The commandments given by the gods to their followers were "This is not a game," and "Here and now, you are alive." It's why Brutha gets a hundred years in his deal with Om near the end, and it's also his last words.