Hi, I've looked through some of the replies regarding this topic on this forum, but I'm still a bit hazy on the topic. So this is my problem, why do current try to return to its source? I'm trying to understand this problem with the premise that as long as there is a potential difference, current will flow(which I consider a quite fundamental phenomena used to describe current flow). Does it mean that if I were to provide something that would have created a larger potential difference compared to the difference between the source, the current would not return to its source? ps: I was thinking about neutral grounding resistors in power transformers when this thought came up.