Even though the world doesn't actively see it, we are dominant perceivers. Our first reaction the majority of time is to look within ourselves for information or seek out further information from the external world. How often do you find yourself asking questions in your daily life just for the sake of information?
I'm asking this because I had a situation at work where I was wondering about it. I was asking a supervisor who the manager on duty for that night was and why so many managers were staying so late. A coworker heard the conversation, asking, "Is that ok with you?" sarcastically. I just answered back quickly telling them that I wasn't looking to approve what they were doing, all I wanted was information, nothing more.
It happened again last night during a game. Long story short, there was a rule in a game that didn't make much sense to me, and I started questioning the reasoning behind it. Other people then went on to use my ability to play the game effectively as a way of evaluating whether I was in the position to question the rule. All I wanted to know again, was why something was happening.
Does this happen often to others when Si compares your surroundings to what you're "used to" and then questions the differences, but then people take it the wrong way? In both situations, I was questioning authority for the sake of gaining insight into the reasoning behind an occurrence.