Have you ever experienced anything like what I am trying to address, friend?
Yes, when I was fifteen I used to play a lot of records. They were relics to me and a source of unending joy, later I felt the urge to share this joy with others but saw that few or none did like them at all. So I had to be content to play them just for myself.
So why not likewise remain in the peace that one gains from meditation without doing anything about it? If there was complete contentment and resting in oneself there may be no need to be occupied with what others do.
Most people are not willing to accept love that comes unasked. They will reject it even if the love is sincere and might be a benefit to their lives. Their ideas of what love has to be are conditioned by their own mindsets. But I have to ask: Is the love we offer real love then? - We can love them in silence, which won't disturb them.
If we cannot manage that, it may be a sign that we are lacking control of our emotions and are probably fairly young people yet. Or an indication that we have been conditioned by Christian thought.