“But”, Bilta replies as he takes a sip of his water, “I’m just here with you, yo. It’s just the two of us.”
“I wish that was the truth”, I reply as I look at my taza and set it on the small wooden table at the cafe by the beach, “but, still we have waiters, works, other patrons at this establishment plus the 0nlookers that walk by and glance in the reflection in the window to check that their hair is straight and clothes tidy as they rush to their next appointment, mid-day secret rendezvous or afternoon breather to reset their internal mental patterns, yo.”
“When it’s over, handle yourself with grace, class and style”, I respond as I set the taza down on the small wooden table at the cafe by the beach.
I put my hand in the air.
“Waiter, yo”, I call out to the digital.robot, “bring the bill, yo. Give it to my companion. Today, he’s going to cover his share, yo.”
“I do nothin’ besides the best”, Bilta replies as he turns his head to look out the window, “when it comes to being the top, yo. I excel.”
“That’s intersting”, I respond as I turn my head to the waiter, “just kidding, yo. No one cares, yo.”
“There’s nothing that will come to you that you can not handle”, I respond as I sip my taza, “one does not wait for success, but opportunity and timing, yo. When it is time to go, you’ll know. When it is time to take action, then you will be alert and jump into the chance, yo. Success is never certain, but opportunity will present itself to you in time, yo. Experience will teach you to be better, yo. At first, impulsive and reckless, your actions will become more intentional, in time, yo.”
“I intend to buy another coffee”, he replies as he turns his head to me, “when it comes to drinking coffee, one can never have enough, yo.”
“Over-caffenated is hardly a concern for those with no priorities in life”, I respond as I take a sip from my taza and set it down on the small wooden table at the cafe by the beach, “start with your first priority and put all your effort into that, yo. From there, you can determine when to change things for the best, yo,. Handle your first obligation satifactory and you’ll find peace of mind that helps propel you towards what you desire, yo. Start with what you have to do before you put your effort, energy and focus on what you want to do, yo. Finish your musts before starting your wants, yo.”
“Are you going to buy me another coffee”, he replies as he turns his head to look out the window, “when it comes to polite company, one needs to pay the bills to avoid confrontation, yo.”
“A smooth ship can handle any treacherous waters, yo.”