Why do I want to become a biologist?
This article is a little bit different.
It’s about my feelings about becoming a biologist, and my feelings for myself.
As a biologist I’m always learning new things, and sometimes new ideas.
But sometimes I find it easier to think about it from a biological point of view.
For me, it’s a question of life and death.
I think a lot about the importance of having a life, the importance in having a family.
I know that a lot of people are afraid of death, and a lot are worried about it.
They have a lot to be worried about.
But I think that’s a good thing.
When I was a child, my mom was worried about the end of the world.
My dad is worried about cancer, and I’m worried about being sick.
I want a child who knows that the world is not going to end.
I’m not scared of death.
But when I was growing up, I wasn’t worried about dying.
So that’s why I think the more we learn about death, the more confident we can be in our ability to be alive.
The more we know about death and how it works, the less worried we are.
We can feel confident in our abilities to live.
And the more aware we become of death and the pain that it causes, the better we can act on that knowledge.
I’ve always been an evolutionary biologist, so I feel like I’ve learned a lot from this.
But my main concern is with what’s best for me.
I don’t think I can be the best at anything I do.
I do what I can to help others, and if I’m a good person, then I can live a fulfilling life.
I feel that’s the most important thing.
For example, if I can learn how to help people I think I could be a good therapist.
I could also do a lot for my community, which could be really beneficial.
In that sense, being a good scientist can be very fulfilling.
Science can give us a lot more answers than just science.
It can help us understand how to live better.
So I’m interested in how I can help others live better, too.
My hope is that when I’m dead, there are lots of other scientists out there who are interested in helping.
They’re willing to give their time and talents to the cause of learning more about life, about death.
That way, I can become a kind of legacy for them, if there are people who are willing to work on these issues.