(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”)
Even when you arrive at answers, that doesn’t mean you have found the final solution. How is that? Well, that is because the questions don’t end, even when you arrive at the solution. The answers then turn into questions.
Many successful questioners, having arrived at an “answer” quickly return to asking questions. Often, they’re questioning the very answers they found, which may not have been definitive. There is invariably room (and the need) to find ways to improve those solutions, to expand upon them, take them to another level.
Answers are transitory and increasingly short-lived.
What are your thoughts?