The main thing, however, is to simply read the Torah itself - the Talmud, halachos, and midrashim. If a person can learn deeply, two hours of this type of study is enough each day. If he cannot learn deeply, he should learn quickly and broadly instead.It's one of these great quotes, that seems to justify everything I'd like to do with my time, but sometimes you have to pick these things apart. I have to find the original from which this was translated. Does someone qualify as "cannot learn deeply" if he "cannot learn deeply for at least two hours a day"? Catch my drift?