I don't know what to do with rest of my life; too many subjects are interesting - I like all of my subjects, and I'm not bragging, but and good in most of them. I like math and science because I want the know the princples that dictate the world and find them; I want to know how rhetoric works and it's psychological impact (the diction, syntax, etc); history is facinating as it's what we learn from in general; I love music and want to find it's effects + the science behind it. Additionally, the subject of philosophy which I am glancing right now is also facinating.
The main problem is I find everything facinating and I want to follow all the interests; however I really need to focus as I somewhat screwed up my GPA and must work on one field of extracurricular activies during this summer and senior year.
What should I do?
EDIT: After a little thought, I find myself in a impasse as every field is interconnected; I can't seem to pursue a subject because in order to master it, I must learn more. I guess, the problem is I'm a perfectionist (not sure if it's the right word).
I'm guessing my goal is to satisfy my curiosity and other internal motivations... but I can't think of a solution due to time constraints, etc.