Your question assumes there is such a thing as 'THE human experience' that should include specific characteristics. Do you have a sound basis for that assumption?
Each person is unique. We each have our own baggage of conditioning and life experiences. There seems no justification to project our concepts, derived from our own conditioning and experiences, onto other people.
We are born and we shall live until we die. It is rational to conduct our lives in a way that ensures safe and sustainable communities for all of us but, beyond that, I see no obligation to do particular things beyond doing what we can to support ourselves.
Our dreams are not everyone's dreams. Our fulfilment is not everyone's fulfilment, and by what compulsion should everyone be fulfilled anyway? We think it would be nice but that is OUR baggage, not necessarily theirs .... and maybe they find their existence more rewarding than one involving more human contact. We have no reason to assume they lack rational decision making skills.
Perhaps it would be self-centred of us to assume our way is the only way or the best way.