Unanswered questions in our life.We all grow at home or at school and learn that every question elicits a response or an answers. Similarly when we study or become professional we function with the understanding that questions should give us an answer. But then comes life, throwing a curve ball at us.
We face an unsual situation, we suffer a great personal loss, failure of a relationship, losing a loved one and other sad events that all of us wish that it never happened.
Even after a long time, many still spend time analyzing as to Why it happened to me? What did I do to deserve this misfortune? Why am I suffering when I'm a good human being. As time goes by we never find an answer. When our analytical brain (that has been trained for many years to expect an answer), does not get an answer, it obviously gets confused. In reality, the simple reason is that some questions in life are so difficult to understand and comprehend that we cannot find an answer.
When life's problems and events are beyond our control, beyond rational explanation, we should tell ourselves that it's fine because 'some questions in life do not have an answer'. The sooner we tell this to our mind, the sooner we move the better it is, rather than struggling to find an answer that does not exist.