Oftentimes, it is better to ask good questions than to get good answers.
Hardly anything in life has a definite question and a definite answer. So few notions have discrete inputs and outputs. Even though we live in a digital world, what we appreciate most deeply is the analog. The millions of digital bits that make up a photo are nothing without the inexplicable feeling it gives you.
As I encounter new events and learn new lessons, they only seem to open a new line of questions. I expect that your experience is quite similar. Asking lots of questions about topics you think you don’t know tends to spawn even more questions once you start getting close to an answer.
I derive great joy from the process of thinking about unknown ...