Thank you for sharing your story.
I am around your age and haven't taken LSD, so I'm not exactly who you were looking for to answer your question, but I do have an open mind on the subject.
I too feel that if used correctly, LSD would help make the world more peaceful and understanding. However, I don't think it should be a recreational drug. There is something to be gained from it, but it should not be taken lightly. It sounds like it has helped you out quite a bit. But there should be two perspective with drugs. One for the sixties and one for now. In the sixties, LSD existed for people to gain new experiences. Now, though, it may just be a way for someone to get rich by selling impure product. The latter perspective is the lens I must view drugs through, since I did not experience the sixties. If you are looking for advice, I would say LSD has already provided you with its gift, and to follow your best judgement.
As for your question, I think it is important to understand that your mind set is yours, not a drug's and not anyone else's. LSD can not give you something you don't already have. For some people, it will allow your consciousness to understand things that would be difficult without the drug, as it has a cascade effect of chemical reactions in the brain that stimulate neurons. In this case, it serves as a catalyst for gaining understanding, not the source of understanding itself. I feel that this is enlightning in its own, as it shows what a great potential the human consciousness has with or without chemical help. Whether your mind set changes, it is up to you. It certainly would be easier to confirm into the mainstream, and you may be happier in the end. But is it true reality?
As an aside, my belief is that LSD is not a mystical substance. I have heard that people feel they have experienced God when taking LSD. This takes away from the truly amazing power of human consciousness. It is important to understand that LSD is only a chemical. However, the influence this chemical can have on the brain is profound. It is science, not supernatual. I am an atheist, and I find that I appreciate the wonders of life much more deeply than I ever could have when believing in the supernatural. Since you have had, I assume, a pretty moving experience with the drug, I would be curious as to your views on this aspect of LSD and religion.
I hope you find this place to be a welcoming environment to share ideas, attitudes, and experiences.