Archive for September, 2010


Posted: September 23, 2010 in Tagalog


lagay ng mga taong dukha
wala sila’t salat
sa karunungan
ay di mulat, warat
niratrat, balatbat
sa buhay ay malayo
ang agwat, masisipat
butil ng pawis ay kay alat

di makita
mata’y luwa
manhid – balat
buto – nakabakat
habol hininga

lakas di sapat
kamalaya’y di maungkat, salat
ngunit damdami’y nagpupuyos

mga taong naghihikahos


People come and go but their memories last a lifetime. Down the memory lane.

The Dell SMB Chat Team Kathy Gali has been the pioneer group that led the current line of business expand its bandwidth to its current numbers today. Its strong showing has paved the way for more opportunities for the site and its employees. This has been the first time for Dell to outsource a business sales and the first for the 12 of us- including the manager/trainer Kathy – to prove that we can as a team succeed; the rest is unconsciously chronicled in history.

It has been more than a year now and the family grew immensely. But some choose to leave.

The original 12-member team is now down to nine with Daryl, being the third to bid goodbye. It was Jeff who left first and just most recently, Carl. They’ve reaped success in the business and certainly will make a name wherever they will be. Kudos to that!

Absolutely, we are going to miss each one’s partake over plenteous foods, bottle of beers and reverberating guffaw. Not to mention the videoke sing-along we are used to and the antics each one is leaving as trademark for the rest to reckon.

Apart from the team spirit is the tie the departee has knotted to bond a strong friendship, that is something worth reminiscing too. There are lots which I cannot discuss in details. There are lots of reasons why people leave but for sure it is always for their own good. We always hope all the best for them as they venture into their new endeavor.

Whatever the reason behind may be, that choice is definitely irrevocable and unbreakable. It is not that one is no longer happy to accomplish the delegated tasks but it is the urge to reach for more possibilities.

I personally salute everyone who has accomplished each challenge gracefully. I salute my colleagues for braving the responsibilities and daunting tasks. I salute you more for your courage to sail another sea.

Mazes and My Realm

Posted: September 21, 2010 in Mazes and My Realm


On this day, the 20th of September 2010, I am embarking professionally on my writing career. As a start, I warmly welcome you into my world and I hope I can nurture your demanding taste and wit.

I often delve into personal matters especially those that have marked on me and made a significant impact to my life. My point of view is somehow dark and heavy in nature but I will make the most of it to let everyone understand my purpose of composing that craft in the best way I can possibly do.

Furthermore, my interest is focused in life involving people and how they react and respond to any arising circumstance. I celebrate the achievement of every indivual whose actions and deeds have become an inspiration to at least a single person living bravely in this challenging world.

Albeit my interest I can still tackle any worth discussing topics that would benefit at least someone other than myself.

I believe in the mathematics imposed in life. I don’t believe in total freedom but strongly in infinity. I believe in life, its worth, its beauty and love, its tale, its logic, its intelligence and naivete, its success and failure, its music, its mystery, its tapestry and its culture.

I am marking my 30th year in this world with utmost appreciation of life. Thanking endlessly the Lord Almighty for the experiences I have had and the failures that taught me to become who I am. I hope I could translate these into knowledge that will be used as an example or a simple lesson in life to avoid any same mistakes or failures at any time to anyone.

To my colleagues, superiors, friends and new found friends I’ll have a blast.

Enjoy reading as I really hope to entertain you in the first place.

Sincerely yours,

Ackee Wolf