To have solved the riddle of what he is.
A friend sent this image today. A wise choice. Here's my interpretation: The picture fulfills the caption as a window onto the link between gigantism and self-ignorance. Tomazooma, "the totem who walks," embodies the living death state of a tryant self who, totally externalized (note gaping black hole of mouth, signifying inner void), is blinded to the mystery of his own selfhood. The comedy is that Tomazooma is more than a totem who walks, he also possesses speech, and thus a "soul," yet he experiences his speaking self as another, "so speaks Tomazooma!" To such a totally reified, self-blind being, the only tolerable life is sleep (cf. Nile's "Sarcophagus") in which the external is repossessed by the inner depth. Otherwise it's kill, kill, kill one's creators, in order to erase the ever-present question, "who am I?"