"Waiting for Godot" not only refers to my favorite play (I love Theater of the Absurd, & the play I co-wrote, How Not to Write a Play, drew from that as well as Hamlet, my other favorite) - but also to the Tao te Ching, called "the wisest book in the world" on the back of the Stephen Mitchell translation. . .its line "Naming is the origin of all particular things." refers, if I get it, to the dawning of duality in the human mind, where we take the universal oneness, the same energy pervading everything (which Lao-Tzu calls the "Uncarved Block") & break it down by naming this & that, you & I. Separation. . .