Michael: You do come off a little bit pretentious. There's a slight air of "Oh, I've been through it all before and now I'm improving myself before I die, so that makes me better than other people." A little bit off putting.
As for those ideas/plans, whoa! They would require a huge reform of the whole of society, the way people work together, the way we treat individuals and how all of society interacts. If you really are committed to bring those into reality, then you have a lot of work ahead of you. Much respect.
Just to expand on society vs the individual: Yes, society is only interested on what worth an individual can provide, it's not interested in who they are. That's up to the individual to create and put into the world. If they don't want to do that then society is happy to give them the mediocre existance as a drone in a factory or at a desk. But those that are willing, and those that put in the work, they are rewarded by the machine. If you can create something that hasn't been created before, and it's valuable to the machine, then you will be compensated. If you want to live the life you want to live, then you have to overcome the challenge of figuring out how to live it. You have to make the societal machine work for you, or bypass it completely. That's what all the successful people have done. They didn't sit their in their existential angst and whine about how their purpose isn't given to them on a silver platter. They went out there and grabbed it, or created it, and then overcame all obstacles to make it happen. It's not easy for anyone, but that's the point. The rewards are worth it, but only for those that put in the work.
All this talk about suicide and prevention, and the biggest cause of it is personal apathy. If people were taught that, no, they aren't special, and no, people aren't going to cater for your whims, then they might actually get off their butts and do something to make a difference. You are a unique snowflake, just like the almost 7 billion other people on the planet, and if you don't do something about it, you will eventually melt, and turn into mud, just like the other almost 7 billion other people on the planet.
You have the power to create your life, but only if you are willing to go for it and put everything in. The question is, do you have the guts, do you have the courage, to rise out of your pointless mire of an existance and go for it, or are you just going to wallow for the rest of your life?