there’s a lot of pressure to be the one who’s sure, the person with all the answers. Far more valuable is someone who has all the questions. … Rarest of all is the person with the humility (and confidence) to realize that even the list of questions can remain elusive. Finding the right questions might be the very thing we need to do.
If we have more questions than answers at the end of our lives does it mean that we have journeyed to the edges rather than settled for the centre?
*From Seth Godin’s blog: All the answers