FRANCIS: We’re preserving our Epiphany against a universe that wants to forget.
LAMONT: Really? I thought we were trying to be forgotten.
FRANCIS: Us, yes. Our names. But not the lessons we’ve learned.
LAMONT: Speak for yourself. I’ve lived three lives; I’ve seen things not meant for human eyes, but I haven’t learned a bloody thing. I keep coming back to Westward. I told myself it would be different this time because I was taking them with me.