It's okay if no one understands.
I don't know what it might be for you. Perhaps it's a dream you have, an ambition that burns in your heart. Perhaps it's a crisis of self... a changing of thinking. Maybe it's a relationship that no one understands why you engage in.
It can be hard when no one understands. You get to feeling a bit alone.
But I think it's important to understand yourself that there might be a difference between "alone" and "wrong." We get trained into conformity. We're rewarded for it, aren't we? When we're like everyone else, we get the prize of being accepted. And sometimes when we're not like everyone else, we get the shame of being excluded... and that teaches us not to be different. It teaches that "alone" is "wrong."
History is full of people who were "wrong." Yet not actually wrong... just different. They believed something else. They dreamed something else. They loved something else. And I can imagine that sometimes they felt pretty alone too.
But I like to think that maybe they understood that alone was okay... Maybe they came to a place where they embraced that being different, that believing different, that dreaming different... even if there was no one else who understood them...
Maybe they came to a place where they understood that different was okay.