FROM THE BOOK , THE JEWELS OF LIFE,A SHORT THEATRICAL PLAY METAPHORICALLY FOCUSES ON THE PERSISTENT DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE CONSERVATIVE INSIDE AND THE EVER DEMANDING OUTSIDE.
In this smart coffee shop, lush paintings decorate walls, usurping coffee flagrance engulf the entirety, fashionable surroundings compete in luxury, and astounding panoramic view to the elevated side of the city. On this glamorous scene, one visitor gracefully enters and salutes,
The Visitor (zealously): Good morning
The Stewardess (with a smile): Hi
The Visitor (in passion): How are you my lovely stewardess?
The Stewardess (in admiration): Perfect .Nice to see you this morning
The Visitor (calmly): I feel my muscles are pulled together
The Stewardess (attentively): Can I serve you with the regular?
The Visitor (in anticipation): Yes; but make it stronger; nothing like an espresso for this morning:
The Stewardess (in celebration): French music our choice for today
The Visitor (affirmatively): Splendid
The Visitor pulls a hidden painting and exhibits it to the stewardess
The Visitor (in pride): This is my latest masterpiece would you like to have it?
The Stewardess (in ordination): We have to ask the Manager, because he is the one who decides... The Stewardess raises her head and says: Ah….; Look; here comes the Manager
The Stewardess (in subjection): Sir, would you like to have this painting on our coffee shop walls?
The Manager (in authority): Well!!!!......It is slightly out of context .those colors do not mesh with the colors of the furniture
The Visitor (maneuvering and reaching to the wall): Look! ...By dimming the light you will certainly have the right color, a slight shade here will look exactly the furniture color
The Stewardess (in admiration): It looks O.K., also the ambiance is romantic .It is likable
The Manager (nervously): No, I will not change the coffee shop for a painting .it is not acceptable
The Visitor (without surrender): O.K., well why don't you change the furniture to suit the painting
The Stewardess (interrupting and compromisingly to the visitor): Change the colors to suit the coffee shop furniture and the manager will certainly accept it
The Visitor (in desperation): This is the thirtieth painting the manager does not accept.....I think I will have my espresso from now on, somewhere else
He pulled his painting and said goodbye..