First of all, why do you expect any 3D software to work right in a tesseract?
Aside from that, did you install Libreoffice locally as this user or did you do it through your package manager (yum?) running as root (sudo) - the normal way?
Either way, did you get any messages during the install?
I assume you initially tried to run LO from your home directory. It probably won't be a problem, but it is kind of weird starting an application when your current directory is the application's configuration directory (first code snippet).
I'm sure you checked this, but who owns ~/.config? (If your user didn't, I'm sure you would be seeing a lot more problems than just this.)
The only other thing I can think of would be to rename .config/libreoffice to something else so LO can't find it and will probably recreate it for you when you open the application. That might fix things and you'll still have the original saved if you need to restore it or look into the problem further, etc..
If you don't get an answer here, you might try posting your question in
the AOO Installation forum
AFAIK, they field LO questions as well.