Everyday I live with this burden, the burden of knowing I am different and the only way to live a life were I can say I am happy, I must step away.
People all round, but don't understand, I'm not like you.
No I can't sit still, No I can't just sit in silence.
It's nice to see existentialism alive and well among the young. These are questions that most of us have, at least those inclined to think.
Having had the "benefit" of a longer period of time to consider such things, if asked, "Where is the center of the universe?" the proper answer for me is that the center of the universe for each person is within themselves, their own minds, because that is the point from which that person's universe is being observed outward from its totally unique perspective.
Thus, everyone has a totally different experience of reality and although various Venn diagrams of consensus often overlap, there are always some outlying portions unique to each individual which do not and often cannot "fit" with that of others.
In the final analysis this does not set one aside from the rest of humanity but rather confirms that each of us are ultimately human individuals in the primary sense regardless of any apparent degree of assimilation or dichotomy thereof.