A child believes that if he can formulate a question, then there must be an answer, there must be somebody to supply the answer. This is some what like immaturity. We think that because we can formulate a question, there is bound to be an answer; maybe we don't know it, but somebody must know the answer, and some day, we will be able to discover it. That's not so.
All questions are man-created, manufactured by man. Existence has no answer. Existence is there, with no answers, completely silent. If we can drop all questions, a communication happens between us and existence.
The moment we drop questions, we drop philosophy, we drop theology, we drop logic, and we start living. We become existential. When there are no questions, that state itself is the answer.