I guess everyone knows about Cervantes's character "Don Quixote" and the metaphor within it's lifestyle. Even though every single individual understands it differently, in my opinion Don Quixote is the image of the visionary, the true free spirit living it's own dream beyond ignorance and the convention we call life, or existence (in terms of society). Despite others perception of him as a madman he has the clearest vision of them all.
Done with presenting my incomplete idea of this character, I will go on with my question, that is:
Considering you live like Don Quixote, in your personal dream, in the subtle meaning of walking your own way, what happens when your dream world collapses and you are banished from it, with no chance of ever turning back home? What is to be done, when it seems the universe itself rejected your destiny, and you are a paria (outcast), a stranger without no belief in any meaning?