Finding your truth does not discount any other but raises those around you for you see their beauty in a way that can uplift them should they so desire. The path to your truth is merely a focus, an ever tightening lens born of aspiration and hope. When one's vision is finally in focus one sees naught but the beauty of the divine, for you learn you are that beauty and so is all else.
Your vision is closer than you expect and may even appear to be so very wrong to others. For instance, there was a time I railed against Christianity. I saw the message of original sin as demeaning to the human spirit and the psychological states born of believing one is unworthy of God. This unworthiness is pervasive in the human condition and results in all sorts of trouble. Saying this in any form resulted in a huge backlash.
Yet, it was born of the idea, unknown to me at the time, of the inherent perfectness of all things. This, of course, makes original sin an impossible construct. My rebellion against the idea of original sin was born of an understanding of perfect of which I was not aware.
This is what I mean about focus. You get closer. Yet the idea is still malformed. When things snap into focus the resistance of others falls away to nothing as does your resistance of them. For even when resistance does appear, it has no impact whatsoever on the self for the vision is unassailable as it is born not of the ego.