To answer your question...I did poorly in high school. Graduated with a 2.0 gpa and no ambitions or ideas of what to do afterward. Hated waking up so early to do busy work. In college now I'm a 3.0+ student. I'm still a bad student though, I don't know how that happened.
I suppose I daydream often. I'd rather be at home and experience things through my head rather than actually having to do them most of the time. Most people can not grip this when I explain myself. Some people tell me that's lame, when I felt I was living my life just fine, doing things the way I wanted to do them. If that meant staying at home writing or drawing and doing self-research, whatever.
What is it like to view the world through my eyes? this is hard to explain. I don't know anything more about the world than other people, in fact they probably know more about it than me. I go through a lot of different perspectives, I try and understand a bunch of different angles before I formulate an opinion. Contrary to some INFPs I know, who use Fi stubbornly. The one thing I cannot stand, so I consciously try and avoid that. Also, I never fully come to a conclusion. I stay open to ideas and shades of grey, I don't think there is a right or wrong answer for most things, because there are so many possibilities. This includes morality/ethics, laws, whatever. Although when I present myself to the world I am honest, respectful, kind, etc.
I didn't mean to write that much about myself.
what do you think?