Let me continue my thoughts in this OP ... but ... borrow a very recent Trixie quote from another OP.
Society needs to obey me and I should be made supreme leader of society.
Trixie what you say may be your destiny ... or if not the supreme leader of society ... at the very least a substantial BEACON ... ergo: a fire or light set up in a high or prominent position as a warning, signal.
A service to humanity that may help prevent humanity from perishing on the rocks of the shore they have been trying to reach since time immemorial.
IMO a 'beacon' ... rather than a 'leader' ... is the better choice.
Food for thought
1) Hyper sensitive people ... a characteristic/trait of some of history's greatest leaders ... is both a tremendous gift and a tremendous curse. First the curse ... hyper sensitive people too often permit the fringe lunatics (can't think of a kinder word at the moment) to get under their skin ... morph into parasites and vampires ... and proceed to suck the qi ... chi ... Chinese term for life's energy ... out of them. Leaving them a hollow shell of their former selves.
2) The gift ... hyper sensitive people are like a magnet for super 'knowledge' ... wisdom.
3) The leader/follower ... teacher/student ... guru/devotee communities eventually ... yet inevitably ... the leader/teacher/guru are suffocated and killed ... not literally of course. How so? The essence of community demands interactions among members of the community ... leader/teacher/guru included. These interactions inevitably spawn inter dependencies ... that include the leader/teacher/guru. Thus the "independence" of the leader/teacher/guru is eventually suffocated to death. Independence is imperative.
4) The keen observer can see this in the Jesus story. The 'message' of Jesus was suffocated to death by his disciples ... in particular Saul of Tarsus ... within decades of his death.
5) The keen observer can see this in the Socrates story. Socrate's most important message was suffocated to death by Plato and subsequent adherents to Plato's work. What was Socrate's most important message ... "The unexamined life is not worth living" Socrate's wasn't talking about the big picture ... what is the meaning/purpose of human life ... he was talking about the micro picture ... each individual human life. And he was rather dramatic with his words "is not worth living" ... how much despair, frustration, anger, hostility and so on ... stems from not examining your life ... your individual and personal life.
6) The keen observer can see this is the Buddha story. The Buddha counselled his followers ... do not cling to my coat tails ... if your personal experience does not confirm my words ... ignore my words. How much of subsequent Buddhism dwelt solely on his words?
7) The keen observer can see this in the Lao Tzu/Confucius story. Confucius entertained followers/students/diciples ... Lao Tzu did not. Lao Tzu rebuked Confucius for his arrogance. Lao Tzu opted for voluntary exile to preserve his "independence". The message of Confucius suffered the same fate as the message of Jesus.
"Do not be influenced by the importance of the writer, and whether his learning be great or small; but let the love of pure truth draw you to read. Do not inquire, “Who said this?” but pay attention to what is said”
Thomas Kempis 1380-1471