Homily / Rejection is a universal human experience. It is painful, it hurts.
Why do we take an experience of rejection and internalize it? We're broken.
The Gospel tells us that rejection doesn't mean there is anything wrong with you. If you are rejected it isn't necessarily because of you, or because there is something wrong with you.
For Jesus, it doesn't matter what people think of him. It doesn't matter to him how they see him. What matters to Jesus is how the Father sees him; that is the only thing that matters to Jesus when it comes to who he is.