I don't share people's ideas on the job I currently do, but I really enjoy my job.
Example: Someone says in a project meeting "this project has no objectives", and I'm the only one who thinks that is absolutely ridiculous! I discuss, but by doing that, I lose support in other matters. Really: since then, I feel they consider me at least unadapted.
(Update: section deleted since I incorrectly tagged a behavior as lacking of ethics, see the multiple comments).
I enjoy my work, but I don't like people's lack of critical mind. No one takes never a different position, usually they all ---except me--- have always the same opinion.
I can survive isolating myself, although it is not nice. And I perceive they think I isolate myself because I don't want to work, which is obviously false. I like doing what I do!
How should I react when I'm asked for activities like "knowing ourselves better"? Truly, I don't want to know better AT ALL people lacking critical spirit. Should I risk my current position (not the job, I don't fear losing the job, but risking the position where I have more chances to influence critical decisions) confronting everyone about critical spirit? Should I isolate more?