Most of the questions that we face in life and business are less serious, but can still be without apparent answers. That may be due to lack of prior research and discovery, but it can also be a result of not looking in the right places, or deeply enough. It takes an inquisitive nature, perseverance and sometimes patience to uncover answers that are hidden.
There are those who would like to know the answer, but who don't possess the knowledge or resources to discover it. Unfortunately, there are also those who have the ability but lack the desire. The answers come to those who are willing to work for them and explore different angles when one approach doesn't work out. Questions without answers rarely stay that way indefinitely.
Sometimes the quest for answers to difficult questions actually leads to more questions. For example, the proven “five why” approach to investigating accidents reveals depth of understanding as the layers of a situation are peeled back. The true answer rarely lies on the surface. As you dig deeper, you might discover that the first, second, third or fourth question wasn't the one that you needed to be ask; it might be the fifth question that reveals the magic.
Life does have its mysteries and some of them seem unapproachable. Progress and success require tackling questions without (apparent) answers, however, driven by the intent of finding them. The satisfaction of ultimately learning the answer is worth the process of discovery.