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.
Between Vladimir and Estrago, they always repeat what they say. Especially waiting for Godot. "What do we do now?" "Waiting for Goddot" This means that they don't face the reality and it's their one of habits of waiting for Godot.
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Both Estragon and Vladimir continue to wait for Godot throughout the entire play. It is implied that this has been happening for a very long time, and they make a conscious decision to continue to wait for Godot, despite Estragon asking multiple times if they can go "Far Away" and leave this place behind More