I love physics. Well, modern physics mostly, still physics though. It's amazing seeing how much there is we don't know and how we got to understand what we do know today. I think the concepts are crazy, cool and fun. If I didn't know better, I'd say modern physics truly sounds like pure fiction because of the "absurdity", if you will, of some of the concepts in it. That's why I love it! It's like watching a movie in which the climactic scenes never end and only continue to rise. Okay, you get the idea, I really love physics. Though that doesn't mean I'm superb at it. I don't have an issue with the math as of right now (barely starting my third year). I'm currently taking analytical mechanics and intro to modern physics. I don't feel my imagination is up to par with others. I feel that this is and will continue to hold me back throughout college and possibly my career, depending on what I choose to do with my life. Does this become easier? Is it one of those things where the more you study and practice physics, the easier it will get? Because some mental exercises are kind of difficult for me and I don't know if that's a matter of lack of experience or lack of talent.