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The Academy of Elijah taught: He who studies Torah Laws every day, has
the assurance that he will be in the World to Come, as it is said, "The
ways of the world are His" - do not read "ways" but "laws".
Talmud, Megillah 28b

Rabbi Chanania be Akashia says: The Holy One, Blessed is He, wished to
confer merit upon Israel; therefore He gave them Torah and mitzvos in
abundance, as it is said: "Hashem desired, for the sake of its [Israel's]
righteousness, that the Torah be made great and glorious".
Pirkei Avos

These are the percepts whose fruits a person enjoys in This world but whose 
principal remains intact for him in the World to Come. They are: the honor due to father 
and mother, acts of kindness, early attendance at the house of study morning and 
evening, hospitality to guests, visiting the sick, providing for a bride, escorting the 
dead, absorption in prayer, bringing peace between man and his fellow 
- and the study of Torah is equivalent to them all.
Talmud, Shabbos 127a


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