Briefly put, questions seek and frame and expose problems while answers, at their best, are temporary responses whose accuracy changes and shift and decays over time.
Over time answers need to be reformed and remade and reevaluated as the world itself changes.
Most answers become redundant over time, meaning we need new answers as time goes.
In order to get new answers, we have to ask new questions.
Questioning is the art of learning.
Learning to ask important questions is the best evidence of understanding there is, far surpassing the temporary endorphins of a correct ‘answer.’
Questions come before answers. Without questions, there are no answers.
There are few things that are useless as the right answer to the wrong question.