Hi there. Sorry if this sounds corny, but do you find that when you're doing especially abstract work, you enter a state where you lose contact with all reality and start to believe crazy things? Alternatively, do you find that you spend most for your time with your "head in the clouds", and while concrete, tangible tasks are boring and worthless to you (i.e., tiny details are not your specialty), anything requiring you to view things in the "big picture" is a cakewalk? Do you get most of your energy from being abstracted away from everything, working on a great idea, and only "coming down" when a natural urge forces you to? Sorry if this sounds like I'm nuts, but I'm coming to terms with the fact that this is actually how I have been most of my life. I love designing/implementing software and doing math, but abhor anything requiring lots of irrelevant details (which, I guess, makes programming seem a little inappropriate, but whatever). I'm just wondering if anyone else feels this way.