Growing up my parents noticed that, unlike other children, I would pay more attention to the details of anything more than the actual object or situation.
When I grew up, I took up forensics as my profession and I absolutely loved it.
In my job, no day was the same as the previous one and I felt like I was contributing to making the world a better place by locking away criminals. I remember a case that I worked on that involved a burned-down house and law enforcement thought that there was a high chance that an arsonist had caused the fire. The only witness was a heating contractor who worked as the local service provider of the town. According to the witness, the heating technicians were called to the house to run a quality furnace/heater tune-up on the electric heating system that included the electric heat pump and the radiant floor heating on the first floor of the house. The customer complained of the reduced indoor comfort and the digital thermostat had also started acting up. The tech team got to the house and was shown where the system was. They started by doing a full sweep of the central heater then identified the parts that needed furnace/heater repair. As they changed the worn-out parts of the unit, they must have nicked a wire that caused a spark, and within no time, the whole-home heating had started burning. It seems that the customer had not followed the energy-saving tips suggested by the experts. When the customer was incorporating the zone control he had failed to report an issue with the temperature control which eventually caused the fire. It turns out that he wanted the insurance payout.