I'm having serious problems deciding on a path for my education. Recently I've self-studied physics and considered a physics major, but I'm having problems staying motivated and interested in it. The math is also becoming a problem. I'm not sure that I would survive 4 years of it. The main reason I wanted to study physics was because of the contributions of genius men like Einstein, and I wanted to sit down and devise my own equation that could explain our Universe and be a respected physicist. But as time goes on, I doubt my ability to ever reach the heights of such men. The reality of the situation has started to sink in. I wanted to revolutionize the field, but I'm starting to understand that I was being unrealistic in my desires. Perhaps I do not possess enough natural ability. I want a career that is going to pay well, but every time I find myself questioning my choice. I'm always thinking that my existence will be useless if I do not become a physicist, because they are the ones discovering and explaining our Universe and origin. Does anyone have advice? I feel like if I don't study physics, I could be missing out on understanding our Universe. Or maybe I could've solved a problem another person could not. But I also want to make good money, enough to support my family and live comfortably.