Not quite. The most important questions, I believe, can't be answered with certainty. We must seek the answer to them through a rational process of accumulating experience through ourselves and others. The answers may not be real answers to the questions asked, but more of a realization that the answer isn't as important as making the questions, for they may be paramount to one's happiness. For instance, why are we here? What's the meaning of existence? Finding an answer to that question may be beyond our grasp, but isn't it more important, ultimately, to find our own goals in life, to be happy?