The wandering spirit of Sixto Amador fell asleep forever because never again emerged from Maicao, where he built a dazzling beacon for the teaching of mathematics and forged solid and long-lasting qualified education projects. Many writers such as film director offer more in-depth analysis. The classrooms of the San Jose (night and day), cooperative, Maria Montessori schools as well as universities, San Buenaventura and Magdalena, would be witness to his effort to train new generations of citizens willing to build new and better worlds. Acknowledged scientist Orlando Diaz and renowned professionals Deyanira Guevara, Edilberto Diaz, Juan Mendoza, Olga Diaz and Yanet Lopez Martinez passed through her classes. 31 December 2010 (twelve at quarter to, me stresses), he turned the age of voluntary retirement from teaching and, therefore is it not in the classroom, but that does not stop him continuing at the foot of enlightening bonfire of his life where spring loaded with wisdom rays associated with equations, factorization and kinematics. Nor is separated from the educational projects that in the past allowed him to bring his city of adoption several universities, including the University of San Buenaventura and the Magdalena, which earned her degree as a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physics. His days are now more fertile that never because it remains in constant motion attending their multiple projects and moves as much, as they were demanding some time ago the salsa rhythms of Ricardo Rey and Bobby Cruz, which served him to control occupational stress and even the excessive score of cholesterol and triglycerides.
Today they serve to be a happy man and a mathematician’s easy Word and noble heart, as his sons and his family. Noble as the land in which managed to capture the happiness today drawn on his face of good man. Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a writer and journalist Italo-Colombiano who also teaches in several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is contained in three anthologies of Colombian authors.