Questions = the flame of discontent
Collecting questions = letting oneself be consumed by the flame of discontent
Answers that readily leave our collection box without much fuss = our temporary resolutions to base our actions on
Collecting answers that settle down comfortably refusing to leave = putting out the flame of discontent
When we say 'Ignorance is Bliss', we are collecting handed-down 'answers that bully their way into our collection without being invited by any questions of our own'. These answers instead 'seek the questions that fit them'. But once we step out of the comfort of such answers, toss them away and decide to ask our own original questions, we realise what a burden enculturation actually has been. When we start questioning, we begin to experience freedom from the burden of unworthy answers. For 'The only way a question can prove itself unworthy is by attracting a better question. You're never empty handed. What does an unworthy answer leave you with?'
*enculturation: being influenced, conditioned and shaped by the dominant culture around us, without questioning or challenging it. Here, it means 'answers that we tend to accept just because they've been lying around long before we came along... we accept them just because they satisfied the questions of so many before us...'