Biospectator is a blogging site that simply shares ideas about having a better perspective and value of life.
I never thought that he would develop a passion for writing. I know that he is a versatile fellow with a lot of talents to show. But writing is not very obvious. Though he knows that I'm a writer, a journalist, a columnist, now a blogger, but he doesn't manifest of getting to writing seriously.
"Good Results? Think First!" was his first written article in Biospectator. He expresses his thoughts on what determines the future practically. Thus, he points out, "Shaping up ourselves today plays a vital role for our future."
His first article is written in 300 words, an ideal blog writeup for that matter.
Well, as a matter of appreciating his works, this is what I've commented to his blog:
"This is the best initial blog so far I read as a novice or newbie blogger. Your thoughts just freely go down in print. You've the well-directed insight to achieve things. You're putting on the actual situation of your readers on how they could successfully achieve their goals in life. I subscribe to your idea. I know when you keep on writing and writing, your writing skill will be developed and many will be influenced for good. Keep it up. Keep on blogging. Godspeed!"
Tess Torrecampo-Chancellor of "Blog and Me" has left a comment too, saying, "Like father like son. Writing is in your blood so keep it up and I hope to read more of your articles."
Just a matter of 4 days, he had already written 5 articles: "Good Results? Think First!", "Counting Coins", "Swearing To Compromise", "No Effort Is Wasted", and "This Thing Is Mine".
Just like me, he is a reserved type of a man. Once he has started something to work on, he won't stop until that project is completed.
Toto Jun, as we fondly called him, could be a prolific writer/blogger someday.
To read his five initial principle-driven articles, feel free to visit his web blog: Biospectator