My answer is: Change the world
There are things I don’t like about myself. Things that I wish I was better, or at least not as bad at. Things that make my life harder than it would be otherwise. However, I am proud of being myself. My thoughts, my ideals, my interests, the things that define who I am - I am extremely fond of them. The idea of becoming something I am not is nigh unbearable and doing so in order to adapt to something or someone else is downright disgusting. I would never let someone or something else dictate me who to be.
When I observe the world around me, I see many, too many wrongs. I often ponder on how things should be and how to make them right. Of course, I have yet to ever find the perfect solution. Of course, as with most things, I don’t care enough to take action. If anything, I try to remain an observer, to avoid being part of what happens around me. If, however, I were to gain both the power and the motivation to change something, I would definitely change the world.
Rather than changing in order to be accepted, I would have my surroundings accept who I am.
Rather than becoming what the world demands me to be, I would reshape the world in the way I think is best.
Rather than giving up on my ideals in order to come to accept the ways of the world, I would force my ideals onto it.
Whether one should decide over many is a different question.
If those born into this world must struggle and suffer just to survive, then the world is in the wrong.
Feel free to call it arrogance, idealism or stubbornness, but that is the answer I always arrive at. And believe me, I have thought about it many times.