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In "Waiting for Godot," Originally written in French, by Samuel Beckett, the main characters Vladimir and Estragon contemplate leaving and staying, but under the surface, they pose questions (and possibilities) about the meaning of life, God, and death.
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Not one person in a hundred knows how to be silent and listen, no, nor even to conceive what such a thing means. Yet only then can you detect, beyond the fatuous clamour, the silence of which the universe is made. ~ Samuel Beckett, Molloy - Quote From Recite.com #RECITE #QUOTE
And what about you Rick? She wanted him to say more and when he did, it still didn't stop her but when she got to that roof, looking back I know she wished she would've squeezed off a shot before she went around that door and got tossed around and almost off
"Quote from Samuel Beckett" (?) - Rather, a loose paraphrase from Waiting for Godot: ESTRAGON: I’d rather he’d dance, it’d be more fun. POZZO: Not necessarily. ~ E: Wouldn’t it, Didi, be more fun? VLADIMIR: I’d like well to hear him think.~ E: Perhaps he could dance first and think afterwards, if it isn’t too much to ask him. ~ V [to Pozzo]: Would that be possible? ~ P: By all means, nothing simpler. It’s the natural order. [He laughs briefly.]