Maybe this has come up before (I could not find anything by searching), but I was hoping that anyone could help me with this.

I have heard that people who are not born into the tradition most often pursue religious philosophies like Zen Buddhism because they have a burning question to which they need an answer. What about those for whom no question exists? Is the uncertainty of a question a question in and of itself, therefore no question = question, not two (and therefore, just sit). Alternatively, is no question indicative of a lack of introspection (and therefore, just sit)?

Sorry, for a man with no questions, I have a lot of questions.