It might not be because you can’t find the right answer, but because you’re asking the wrong question. (Unknown, quoted by Kary Oberbrunner, motivational speaker)

We’d like to have answers to a lot of questions we might ask. Like, “Why is this happening to me?” That’s a legitimate question, but, ultimately, only time can answer it. As John Paul Caponigro says, “It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.” If we learn to ask the right questions (like “What can I learn now?”) we’ll likely get the most helpful answers.

An honest answer is like a kiss on the lips (Proverbs 24:26). Let your conversation be always full of grace . . . so that you may know how to answer everyone (Colossians 4:6).