Questions Are Their Own Reward

Realize that our understanding of the world is tiny.
And with our limited time in this world, we can only get to some problems.
Yet, we want to seek answers to any question that we have.
This creates myopia in the brain, by making us limit our scope of though.

So begin to see value in questions in themselves.
You may never find out why humans find the fall leaves beautiful but let the brain expand with possible explanations.
The more options you see in as many fields gets you closer to the reality of life: that it’s interconnected.
The few answers that you do find will be deeper and more significant.

Einstein came up with only a handful of theories, but their significance changed everything.
It’s not surprising he said: 
“Don’t think about why you question, simply don’t stop questioning. Don’t worry about what you can’t answer, and don’t try to explain why you can’t know. Curiosity is it’s own reason”