You gain great freedom in the mind when you multiply your points of view. Most people are slaves of only one, their own - and proud of it. Poor creatures, little do they know that you are a host today and a stranger tomorrow, and then the world, the same world will look quite different. You may need to find a simple way to make people understand that they are not the navel of the Universe.
This reminds me of a story:
Hoca was sitting by the river, enjoying a small pot of halwa, when a horde of mounted archers thundered onto the other bank in a cloud of dust.
It was led by one of Timur's captains, who shouted across the waters:
"Ho! Stranger! How do I get to the other side?"
To this Nasreddin - who felt no hurry to get in touch - hollered back promptly:
"Why bother? You are already on the other side!"
As he hastened away, out of arrow’s shooting distance he added:
"Besides, I m no stranger, I live here!"