A Better Life Needs Better Questions
Reece Robertson

Questions are in many ways more interesting than answers. In part because answers encourage people to close doors (now we know) instead of opening them. And the assumption of “Knowing” is also encouraging laziness, non-exploration, false security and so on.

With an Answer you (think you) are done, with a question you admit you are not. So when you really are fed up with searching, settle for an answer. In all other cases, embrace the (better) question.