I read in a book that "Current always goes in the less resistance path". In a paralel circuit with 1k resistor to one side and 10k resistor to another side the current still goes in both sides. Why does the current goes to both sides? It should only go to the 1k resistor cause there is less resistance.
In the same paralel ciruit, if I add another wire in paralel to the ground all the current will go to the ground, proving that "Current always goes in the less resistance path". But why does this "law" only work when one of the wires is ground?