A brief description of mine would be that I, unfortunately, want to be a physicist as soon as 'impossible'.
The most fascinating thing I find about physics and mathematics is that mathematics is the language which is tailor-made for the description of nature, while physics tells us how to use this language appropriately for this purpose of demystifying nature. That is the reason I began to like these fields; you can tell so much about the real world by just looking at equations or by solving them. I don't really know how to do it as yet, and I am in the process of learning these beautiful things.
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