Physics for a "multi dimensional" person Most people have given me the advice that physics is for the kind of "devoted and dedicated" people who give it their everything. You need to focus solely on it, be (a lot)patient and not loose your interest in the way. I am ,what I would like to call, a "multi-dimensional" person with many interests and talents. I love physics and want to pursue research in it. I think analytically and logically well and so I also love programming and find it easy.The creative aspect of engineering also gets me excited. I am very creative and innovative; those are my most important traits. Besides these, I play guitar and synthesizer, follow sports and play football(soccer),write some articles,read a lot,sing a bit etc. I won't like to drop all of these things though I can drop most but not fully. All these interests are a result of the well rounded schooling which has cultivated in me so many things that it is hard for me to chose now.I take part in most activities now and find it hard to imagine life sticking to one thing all the time.I am prepared to put most of my time, but not my all. Is physics for a guy like me? Or you have to be a one sided person, like all the great physicists, to be successful? Thank you for reading the whole post.