Why is it significant that Siddartha has found his peace from the river and from Vasudeva?

Comes from the Chapter "Govinda"

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When Govinda kisses the Siddhartha, he has an experience akin to that Siddhartha had at the river. What Siddhartha heard from the river, Govinda now sees in Siddhartha's face: the diversity of the world represented as a great unity.